CURRENT CATALOGUE
by Robert Taylor

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 TIME FOR HEROES

The fourth print in Robert Taylor's acclaimed series of limited editions commemorating the men and machines of the great Air Commands that battled the hostile skies of World War Two.

ACE OF ACES GICLÉE CANVAS PROOF

One of Robert Taylor’s most iconic paintings - Ace of Aces features Hartmann leading a Schwarm of Bf109s from JG52 as they begin their attack. Originally published in 1988, many aviation art collectors will have never seen this stunning image, so the Military Gallery is delighted to announce that it is the latest to be added to the highly celebrated series of Studio Proofs on canvas.
 

 

ACES ON THE WESTERN FRONT - THE GICLEE STUDIO PROOF

The ancient Norman monastery on Mont St. Michel provides the majestic backdrop as a group of Me109s race across the coast returning to their forward base in northern France after a fighter sweep across the English Channel in early 1941.

 

 

AGAINST ALL ODDS

Caught on the surface in the Straits of Gibraltar, gun crews of a type VIIc U-Boat fight off attack by a PBY Catalina. Prints signed by U-Boat commanders.

AIR APACHES ON THE WARPATH

B-25s of the 345th "Air Apaches" Bomb Group attack and sink a Japanese sub chaser, February 1944. Pilot and crew signed print.
 

 

AIR ARMADA - THE HARDEST DAYS PART I

Robert Taylor’s magnificent masterwork, Air Armada, recreates a moment on that day as Heinz Bär, the Luftwaffe’s top-scoring NCO Ace of the Battle of Britain and one of the greatest Aces in history, climbs away from his airfield near Calais with the other pilots of 1./JG51 to escort the Do17s of KG76 for yet another deadly attack on the RAF. Away in the distance, Me110s from EPRG 210 also prepare to join the epic encounters that lie ahead.

Air Superiority

In April 1945, with the War virtually over, P-51 Mustangs of the 357th Fighter Group sweep unopposed at low level through the beautiful Rhine valley. This is the first release in a pair of prints paying tribute the USAAF in Europe 1942 - 1945 and once again Robert Taylor has produced a classic painting reminiscent of some of his most collectable releases.
 

 

AIRSTRIKE

Last seconds of a Mirage V at the hands of 801 Naval Air C.O., Commander 'Sharkey' Ward, flying a Sea Harrier from H.M.S. Invincible on May 21, 1982. Pilot signed print.


CURRENT CATALOGUE
by Robert Taylor

 

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