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Spitfires

© Brian Clarke. All rights reserved, DACS 2024. Photo credit: The Stained Glass Museum

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'Spitfires' is one of a series of 70 unique panels made by Brian Clarke (b.1953). It was donated to the museum in 2019 as a gift from the artist in honour of the museum's 40th birthday. The Spitfire is the most iconic and recognisable British aircraft associated with World War II. Its superior speed and agility gave the RAF a critical edge over the Luftwaffe during a number of crucial battles, including the Battle of Britain.

The Stained Glass Museum

Ely

Title

Spitfires

Date

2017

Medium

stained glass

Measurements

H 80 x W 80 cm

Accession number

ELYGM:2019.2

Acquisition method

gift, 2019

Work type

Stained glass

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