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As an essential tool for the British forces for many years, the Land Rover has proved its versatility in armed conflict both at home and abroad. The lightweight Land Rover could be dropped into any battle arena by air, together with supplies and communications. This scene in the sands of the Middle East was painted by Pittaway, part of a work that was once displayed in the offices of British Leyland’s Government and Military department.
oil on canvas
H 59.5 x W 100 cm