The phrase "going over the top" came into usage during World War I and referenced attacking infantry rising out of their own trenches to assault the enemy. Here we has a British Officer leading his troops for that all too familiar ill fated World War One climb over the parapet of their trenches and cross "No Man's Land." 

This is a one of a series of Phil Willetts World War One paintings to commemorate the 100 years anniversary. Painted in acrylic in great detail art paintings and drawings at their best. 
This painting is an acrylic painted onto canvas texture paper with a overall size of 20" x 16" (508mmx405mm ) 

The painting will be well packaged for post or if you want to collect we are more than happy to accommodate. 

Free P & P on this item. 

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Over the Top

  • Product Code: Acrylic
  • Availability: 1
  • £120.00