This reminds me of a similar kind of aircraft, a B-26 called "Flak Bait" It had over 100 missions. The only [art the remains of it, is the fuselage. It's in the new Steven Udavar Wing of the Smithsonian in Washington D.C.
My uncle was on this aircraft. The painting depicts what occurred on June 28, 1944. It did return to base on two engines. It had 500 machine gun holes, 62 20mm cannon holes, the oxygen, communications were severely damaged. All aboard but my uncle were injured but all survived.