Hampden Bomber ATP WW2 - P5436 was one of the Canadian-built Hampden's. It survived only 100 hours of flying time before crashing near Patricia Bay, on November 15th, 1942, while engaged in torpedo dropping practice. The pilot made the error of turning at low speed and altitude, causing the aircraft to fall into a "stabilized yaw", a known Hampden flaw. The aircraft quickly sank 600 feet to the bottom.
Artist is a Member of the Canadian Aviation Artists Association
William H. Hall - Hannibal's StudioBill uses only the highest quality materials with commercially stretched canvas. Most of his paintings are professionally framed upon completion. Bill and his wife, Mandy live in Pitt Meadows, British Columbia, Canada His preferred media is oil and his paintings usually take 40-60 hours to complete. Bill has been painting and cartooning for 50 years and his works have been used for traditional "living room" viewing. However, it is not uncommon to see his paintings hanging in military clubs, and professional offices.