Product images of Mulberry harbour, Arromanches: Normandy landing, June 1944
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Mulberry harbour, Arromanches: Normandy landing, June 1944
Stephen Bone, son of the important and influential artist Sir Muirhead Bone, was a significant participant in the WAAC project. He produced a large number of paintings and drawings for the Committee, many of which are in the Museum collection. This subject, from the Allied landings in Normandy of June 1944, is typically light and impressionistic, with an eye for effective composition
- Image reference: BHC0690
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London