The 29th Division's Drive on St. Lo
June 16, 1944. Expecting a restful day in the midst of the 29th Division’s drive on St. Lo, Company E of the 115th moves to occupy St. Clair, only to find that an enterprising group of German Fallschirmjäger has slipped into the town through a communications trench. One German paratrooper, having holed himself up in a church steeple, was shooting any American that moved.
Sniper! is oil on board.
The painting is 25.5 x 32.5 inches; framed to 30 x 37 inches
Price includes frame and shipping (continental US).
The framed artwork will be securely packaged and shipped by UPS. You may also pick up the artwork in my studio in southwest Virginia.
If you would like to view the original artwork, please email me for an appointment. I'd be happy to show it to you.