Comes with an authentic Red Gremlin patch which is suitable for framing with your print!
Hand signed and numbered by William S. Phillips
From a 1996 sold out limited edition
Overall size: 25 1/2" x 21 3/4"
Image size: 22" x 14 1/2"
Includes a Red Gremlin patch and Certificate of Authenticity!
After the success of Dawn, the World Forever Changed, his powerful image of the Enola Gay, a print countersigned by command pilot Paul W. Tibbets, as well as Thomas W. Ferebee, Theodore J. Van Kirk, and other crew members, William S. Phillips depicted another famous aircraft crewed by Tibbets, Ferebee, and Van Kirk. "I was pleased to create this image," the artist says, "which honors the Red Gremlin and the men associated with her."
To honor this B-17 which led the first 100-airplane daylight raid on occupied France and flew General Eisenhower to Gibraltar to command the invasion of North Africa, the print is countersigned by men who flew and maintained the aircraft during her illustrious career.