General Patton Bronze portrait bust by Peter Close
Aviation art and military sculpture Military bronze sculpture by Peter Close

General Patton

Bronze Military Art Portrait Bust


General George S Patton Bronze Bust Sculpture

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General George S Patton one of the most complicated military men of all time but regarded as one of the most successful United States field commanders of any war.

In World War II Patton commanded corps and armies in North Africa and Sicily. Patton commanded the Seventh army during the invasion of Sicily and in conjunction with the British eighth army restored Sicily to it's people.

In 1944 he was given command of the Third Army in France which he unleashed from Normandy west into Brittany, and south then eastwards in a rapid push towards Germany. During the Battle of the Bulge he relieved the beleaguered 101st Airborne Division in Bastogne, in an outstanding tactical operation. The Third Army crossed into Germany, liberating the Nazi death camp at Buchenwald, then Austria and finally into Czechoslovakia. In December 1945, George S. Patton was seriously injured in a car accident, and died as a result of his injuries on 21 December 1945.



General George S Patton Bronze Bust 275

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George Patton Limited Edition Bronze Military Art Bust by Aviation and Military Artist and Sculptor Peter Close is limited to an edition of 250

The bronze sculpture is hand cast in the highest quality cold cast bronze in Peter's workshop in Somerset

The George Patton Bronze Military Sculpture will come to you with a certificate of authenticity signed by the artist and will be engraved with its own unique edition number - if you would like to request a special number please contact us to check availability

The sculpture stands 16" high and weighs 5 kgs Shipping is free within the UK only.

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