||British. Back Them Up!. Heavy "Stirling" bomber raid the Nazi Baltic port of Luebeck and leave the docks abalaze.. Original. Linen backed.
The famed "Back Them Up!" series of British WWII posters celebrating the successes of their war effort. These great posters feature dramatic combat imagery, this shows a dramatic night air raid by the British in Germany, fantastic.
This authentic poster shows the Stirling bomber in the sky dropping bombs and explosions of the factories and docks.
Born in London, Nockolds was largely a self-taught artist. Described as one of the pioneers of motoring art, Nockolds began sketching and drawing motoring subjects in the mid 1920s, contributing illustrations to Autocar, Motor and Motor Sport magazines.
Although best known as a motoring artist and illustrator, he was in fact a highly versatile painter, who worked on landscapes, portraits and, bizarrely, studies of dogs. During the Second World War Nockolds served in the Royal Air Force, becoming an official war artist commissioned to do work for the Ministry of Information.
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