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HMS Iron Duke at Weymouth Bay 1927 by Randall Wilson. (P)


HMS Iron Duke at Weymouth Bay 1927 by Randall Wilson. (P)

Iron Duke, a veteran of the Battle of Jutland and Flagship of Lord Jellicoe at that engagement, is seen here painted in the rays of the setting sun at Weymouth Bay 1927.
Item Code : DHM0733PHMS Iron Duke at Weymouth Bay 1927 by Randall Wilson. (P) - This Edition
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Randall Wilson

Based in Australia, Randall Wilson is a self taught artist. Randall Wilson has been painting professionally for 20 years, having previously served in the R.A.N. for 6 years - he has a keen interest in warships, both modern and past and particularly loves battleships. Randall is also a keen model ship enthusiast and has made some incredible naval models over the years. Through Cranston Fine Arts, Randall's superb artwork is available worldwide.

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