I had a thought. Might be an interesting little project. But only if it is sorta near.
Historical research, no theft or appropriation of historical artifacts.
See, I have these two paintings of the Cuffley Zeppelin downing.
For you insular Yanks, it was a big deal in 1916. Fucking Huns were sending over their baby killing gas bags and
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CuffleyOn 3 September 1916 the German airship SL 11 was shot down and crashed in Cuffley during an aerial bombardment intended for London. This incident is commemorated by a memorial on East Ridgeway to Lieutenant W. Leefe Robinson, the pilot who shot the airship down; he was awarded the Victoria Cross. There is also a model of the airship in the village hall. Contrary to many reports of the incident, the SL 11 airship was not a Zeppelin but an army Schütte-Lanz airship. Regardless, the local football team is still nicknamed 'The Zeps' after this event.
<"The Zeps" great name for an overweight ladies soccer team, snortle>
Anyway, I got these pictures and that got me interested in the event. They are decent, the artist had some skill I think. At least they have earned wall space for a decade or more.
eta: I lightened the images fo that detail would show up. They are not washed out at all.
The idea is to figure out what the putative position of the artist was for these images.