0 Post a comment Wednesday, 11 April 2018 – Local People by GEM Staff Reporter – GEM Reporter @twitter.com/gem_news [email protected] Artist Dan Llywelyn Hall has posted a short film to YouTube of his project to ’reunite’ – on canvas – the 133 members of 617 Squadron who took part in The Dams Raid on May 16-17, 1943, 75 years ago next month. Please see video below. A portrait of the only Welsh Dambuster, Gordon Yeo, will ’reunite’ the front gunner with all 132 members of No. 671 Squadron – The Dambusters – in a poignant exhibition to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the most famous, and one of the most audacious, air raid of WW2 on 16-17 May this year.Artist Dan Llywelyn Hall, known for painting portraits of HM The Queen for the Welsh Rugby Union, and WW1 veteran, Harry Patch, is now working on an official portrait of the last British Dambuster along with all members of the famous 617 Sqn that includes the only Welsh Dambuster, Sergeant Gordon Yeo also from Barry, like Dan.Dan had a sitting with the last British surviving Dambuster Squadron Leader George ‘Johnny’ Johnson (96) last month in Bristol and has since been painting… Read full this story
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