From one of the most significant artists of the 20th Century, Terence Cuneo, we bring you ARMY CHALLENGER - Operation Desert Storm 1991.
LIMITED EDITION OF 500 ONLY 12 PRINTS REMAINING
On 28th February 1991, the British 1st Armoured Division with Challenger Mk.3s, Warrior Infantry Fighting Vehicles and Lynx Mk7s of 4 Regiment, the Army Air Corps, made their final advance in the Gulf War. Their destination was to be astride the Kuwait City-Basra highway, known as 'Objective COBALT'. Their task was to cut off the remnants of the Iraqi Army as it fled from Kuwait, northwards.
In the end, it had only taken 100 hours to rout the Iraqi Army, once the fourth largest in the world. That last morning’s action will be remembered for a long time by those who were there and is the scene portrayed in Cuneos painting. Above them, the dense clouds of the burning oil and gas rigs blocked out the bright desert sun, a truly breathtaking commemoration to this historic conflict.
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Sympathetically displayed in a mahogany finish frame, your limited edition print is available as illustrated or can be personalised with your service details or those of a loved one detailed within the frame at no extra charge. Overall size approx 520mm x 750mm.
Each Army Challenger Limited Edition Print comes with a Certificate of Authentication.
Operation Desert Storm 1991
Mahogany Finish Frame
Overall Size Approx 520mm x 750mm
PLEASE NOTE THIS PRODUCT IS UK DELIVERY ONLY