"Invaders Across the Channel" Framed Canvas Art with Bf 109 Relic
"Invaders Across the Channel" by Artist Craig Tinder
This framed, limited edition Giclée Canvas print by Artist Craig Tinder depicts Messerschmitt Bf 109E Luftwaffe Ace, Adolf Galland, and his wingman crossing into English airspace during the "Luftcschlacht Um England" - The Battle of Britain.
Each canvas print comes ready to hang with a solid, 2" black stained wood frame and includes an embedded fragment from a Messerschmitt Bf 109 which is mounted on a beautifully engraved metallic data plate which outlines the details of the print and relic for all viewers to learn about. As an added touch, each framed art piece includes a metallic, Certificate of Authenticity for added provenance and collectibility.
Choose from 2 different canvas sizes:
- 18" x 12" (45.7 cm x 30.5 cm) Limited to ONLY 30 Prints
- 30" x 20" (76.2 cm x 45.7 cm) Limited to ONLY 20 Prints
Each Limited Edition Framed Print is hand-crafted by Artist Craig Tinder using the highest quality materials and archival techniques. Each piece of artwork is created on-demand and typically takes 1-2 weeks for delivery.
About the Print:
One of the most charismatic and acclaimed Luftwaffe fighter pilots, Adolf Galland fought actively during the Battle of Britain in 1940, before being promoted as Germany's Commander of the Fighter Force.
About the Artifacts:
This Messerschmitt Bf 109 wing skin relic was discovered outside of Olmonty, Poland. Although very few details are known about this specific aircraft, a later-model pilot respiratory component manufactured by Drager-Werke in Vienna, Austria was recovered along with many fuselage fragments.
Craig Tinder has been an aviation artist since 1999 and specializes in rivet-level accuracy. Raised on the fences of the Reno Air Races, Craig has had the opportunity to create illustrations for Medal of Honor Recipients, WWII Aces, as well as the families of veterans looking to commemorate their loved ones.
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