Gotha G.IV Bomber and Sopwith Camel WWI Original Aviation Art Painting by Artist Stephen Chard GAvA
Replacing the Zeppelins that had proven so costly and vulnerable to operate over England, the German Air Service introduced what many believe to be the first strategic bombers, the Gotha bombers.
Often mistaken for being one type of aircraft, the Gotha bombers were actually produced in several versions from as early as 1916 but it was the Gotha G.IV, seen here, that was the first truly effective aircraft, mounting their first raid on England in May 1917.
By this time however there was a rudimentary Home Defence system in place and daylight raids proved too costly in both aircraft and crew. As a result operations were conducted by night from later in 1917.
This original, framed and varnished painting comes ready to hang and measures 76cm x 61cm. Could interested parties please contact us by email to arrange payment and delivery
Hun Hunters - Gotha G.IV and Sopwith Camel Original Painting
- Artist: Stephen Chard GAvA
- Product Code: SCHO-010
- Availability: In Stock