Victory in Europe Day, generally known as VE Day or V-E Day, or simply as V-Day, is a day celebrating the formal acceptance by the Allies of World War II of Nazi Germany's unconditional surrender of its armed forces on the 8 May 1945.
In the back ground: The Hurricane played a decisive role in the Battle of Britain and went on to fly on more fronts than any other British fighter. Often eclipsed in the popular imagination by the Spitfire, the Hurricane was likely the most versatile single seat fighter to emerge from the Second World War. The Museum's replica Mk II Hurricane is in the colours of the aircraft of Flying Officer, later Wing Commander, B.D. “Dal” Russel, DSO, DFC and Bar.
This print was created by Canadian artist and photographer Silvia Pecota.
Print size 12"x17" is a limited edition of 1945 and is printed on watercolour paper using archival inks.
Print size 15"x21" is printed on fine art paper using archival inks and is a limited edition of 1000.
The certificate of authenticity and the print is signed by the artist. Included is a 5"x7" postcard (may not be of the same image). Prints are shipped flat.