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William Phillips Into the Arms of the Dragon Limited Edition Print



      


William Phillips Into the Arms of the Dragon Limited Edition  Print William Phillips

Status: Available | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition Print | Edition Size: Limited Edition Of 350 | Dim:25 inches wide by 19 1/2 inches tall | William Phillips| Item #: BP00151

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William Phillips Into the Arms of the Dragon Limited Edition  Print is eligible for layaway in 3 equal payments of $150.00 over 60 days.

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Into the Arms of the Dragon
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NOTES: The Doolittle Raid on Japan was always designed as a one way mission: from the carrier to friendly airfields in China by way of Tokyo. Due to early discovery by Japanese picket boats, Captain David Jones and the rest of Crew 5 (aircraft 02283) left the deck of the USS Hornet knowing their one-way trip was perilously shorter. They knew that their B-25 did not have the range to make those friendly airfields, and getting to the China coast or past Japanese-occupied China would take great skill and uncommon luck. At a small break in the cloud cover over Chu Chow the members of Crew 5, who could coax their aircraft no further, left the plane, trusting their parachutes, the wind and the Chinese people to lead them to safety.
In Chinese folklore the l=ng, or dragon, symbolizes all that is good: abundance, prosperity, good fortune, nobility, and divine protection, as well as the Chinese people themselves. The dragon is believed to be the benevolent guardian of water, as well as life-giving rain and storms. As they tumbled into the stormy night sky, David Jones and his crew entrusted their safetyùand their livesùto the arms of the dragon.
The Chinese paid dearly for the aid and shelter they provided to American soldiers. In the Zhejiang-Jiangxi Campaign, Japanese forces killed an estimated 250,000 Chinese civilians as retaliation and intimidation to prevent further assistance of American soldiers. The brave sacrifices of the Chinese saved many lives and solidified the American people in their determination to succeed. William S. Phillips inspiring new limited edition Into the Arms of the Dragon pays tribute to the combined efforts of two nations. Both the Fine Art Limited Edition GiclTe Canvas and Fine Art Limited Edition GiclTe Print of this spectacular image have been signed by MSgt. Edwin Horton, Jr., Col. William M. Bower, David J. Thatcher, Lt. Col. Richard E. Cole, Thomas Griffin, and Col. Robert Hite.
(**Please note that all Treasures of Canvas Paintings come with a printed signature and is numbered edition of 1500 , COA is included.**)

Into the Arms of the Dragon Limited Edition  

Print by William Phillips Is a Limited Edition production by the Artist. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which affirms that this Art Work is an authentic Limited Edition production from  William Phillips. This Limited Edition is Signed and Numbered by the artist.