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WW2 Stirling Aircraft Prints by Ivan Berryman and Philip West. - IvanBerryman.com

DHM1670. The Night Shift by Philip West. <p> The Short Stirling was the RAFs first four-engined bomber to enter service and it served throughout WWII in many roles including bomber, minelayer, troop carrier and glider-tug. The lack of power produced by its engines severely limited the loads carried by Stirlings. On long-range trips such as Italy, even with a greatly reduced bomb load the aircraft could barely clear the Alps. Despite very large losses due to its operational limitations, those that flew this big, agile aircraft, came to respect and look upon it with it with affection. <b><p>Signed by Flt Lt R Livermore. <p> Signed limited edition of 100 prints. <p> Paper size 27 inches x 18 inches (69cm x 46cm)
B11.  Tugs of War (Stirling & Gliders) by Ivan Berryman. <p>Wearing the distinctive black and white identification stripes of the D-Day operations of June 1944. Airspeed Horsa MkII assault gliders, towed by their Short Stirling MkIV tugs of No.620 Squadron, make their way across a moody English Channel en route for Normandy during the tumultuous Operation Overlord. <b><p> Limited edition of 250 prints, with crew signature.  <p>Image size 17 inches x 10 inches (43cm x 25cm)

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WW2 Stirling Aircraft Prints by Ivan Berryman and Philip West.

PCK1600. WW2 Stirling Aircraft Prints by Ivan Berryman and Philip West.

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DHM1670. The Night Shift by Philip West.

The Short Stirling was the RAFs first four-engined bomber to enter service and it served throughout WWII in many roles including bomber, minelayer, troop carrier and glider-tug. The lack of power produced by its engines severely limited the loads carried by Stirlings. On long-range trips such as Italy, even with a greatly reduced bomb load the aircraft could barely clear the Alps. Despite very large losses due to its operational limitations, those that flew this big, agile aircraft, came to respect and look upon it with it with affection.

Signed by Flt Lt R Livermore.

Signed limited edition of 100 prints.

Paper size 27 inches x 18 inches (69cm x 46cm)


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B11. Tugs of War (Stirling & Gliders) by Ivan Berryman.

Wearing the distinctive black and white identification stripes of the D-Day operations of June 1944. Airspeed Horsa MkII assault gliders, towed by their Short Stirling MkIV tugs of No.620 Squadron, make their way across a moody English Channel en route for Normandy during the tumultuous Operation Overlord.

Limited edition of 250 prints, with crew signature.

Image size 17 inches x 10 inches (43cm x 25cm)


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Flt Lt R Livermore
*Signature Value : £15 (matted)

Was part of 299 Air Support Squadron in Norfolk. He flew six ops. on Stirlings, taking supplies to the French resistance - dropping 24 containers at a time by parachute at night, each one full of supplies, including guns and ammunition. They had to arrive at the target area within a five minute period, or else the resistance would leave for fear of a trap being set by the Germans. When the resistance were satisfied they were watching the correct aircraft they would flash they torches on and off as both a signal and also to pinpoint the drop zone. Flt. Lt. Livermore also towed gliders behind his Stirling aircraft during the Rhine crossing.

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