CURRENT CATALOGUE
by Anthony Saunders

Current Catalog shows alphabetically, by artists, all prints currently available from the Military Gallery. Many are now low in inventory and a few close to selling out. Click on thumbnail image or title to see larger image and more information.

 

A WELCOME RETURN

Released as a pair with CLASH OF EAGLES, the latest compelling painting from Anthony Saunders portrays the relieved but weary, crew members of ‘Ol Gappy’ of the 379th Bomb Group, as they nurse their battle scarred B-17G back to their base at Kimbolton. Close behind them, the remainder of the group, relieved to see familiar territory, makes its final approach after the grueling mission to Meresburg on 11 September 1944.

ACE OVER NORMANDY

Portrayed are the Mk.IXb Spitfires of 412 Squadron RCAF, one of the 55 Spitfire squadrons that took part in D-Day air operations between 5 and 7 June 1944. Tasked with providing cover, Anthony depicts the squadron at the end of a long day shortly before they finally turn for home after a final sweep to encompass the scene over Utah beach where men and armour from the U.S. VII Corps continue to pour ashore. In the foreground is the Spitfire of Don Laubman who would become one of Canada’s top-scoring Aces.
 

 

ANTHONY SAUNDERS DOUBLE REMARQUE


APPROACH TO THE MÖHNE DAM

Anthony Saunders’ painting, Approach to the Möhne Dam, already hailed as a masterpiece of aviation art and one of the most authentic interpretations of events yet created, captures the moment when the fate of the Möhne dam was sealed.
 

 

BACK FROM BERLIN
The Book & Print Portfolio

The heroics of the airmen who served in the U.S. 8th Air Force and fought in the embattled skies of Europe during WWII are legendary. This new book provides a unique glimpse into the lives of some of the men and machines that fought in that bitter, often titanic struggle, together with some of the extraordinary missions they flew, painstakingly researched with the assistance of leading historians.

BACK FROM THE FIGHT

Faithfully reproduced as a fine art limited edition and printed onto borders that were personally signed many years ago, very copy in the edition carries the original and authentic autographs of three distinguished fighter pilots and aircrew who flew in combat during the Battle of Britain. Each man bravely earned the right to be known as one of ‘The Few’ and have sadly since passed away which gives even greater meaning to the release and creates a remarkable collector’s piece to be cherished for future generations.
 

 

BATTLE OF THE BRENNER - THE BATTLE FOR ITALY PORTFOLIO

The last remaining units of the fascist Italian Air Force attempt to engage B25s from the 340th Bomb Group who have successfully destroyed a vital enemy rail bridge in the strategic Brenner Pass, northern Italy, 10 April 1945. The enemy Me109s are completely routed by escorting P51 Mustangs of the 325th Fighter Group who are quickly on the scene.

BAVARIAN WOLVES

In his breath-taking painting, leading aviation artist Anthony Saunders has fittingly chosen to depict this famous unit to represent all those who flew Messerschmitt Bf109s in combat during WWII. As they undertake a defensive patrol, the battle-weary pilots of 6./JG53 are seen racing through the snow-covered Alps in January 1944. Having departed their base at Seyring near Vienna, the largest and most important Luftwaffe airfield in the area, Staffelkapitän Alfred Hammer leads his pilots through a beguiling backdrop of majestic mountains, ice-clad lakes and picturesque villages, their serene tranquillity in sharp contrast to the violent intercepts to which they might be vectored at any moment.
 

 

BERLIN BOAR FIGHT - THE NIGHT SKIES OVER THE REICH PORTFOLIO

On the night of 23/24 August 1943, a lone Fw190 of the Luftwaffe’s crack unit JG300 Wilde Sau, defiantly engages a force of RAF Lancasters in the heavily defended, flak-torn skies over Berlin. With the heavy bombers illuminated by bursting flak and the fires of the burning city below, the Luftwaffe pilot engages his target, just one of over 700 RAF long-range bombers thrown into the assault that night.


CURRENT CATALOGUE
by Anthony Saunders

 

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