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.

 

AT THE DAYS END

Working with a combination of graphite and coloured paints on ‘buff’ coloured paper to create a unique sepia effect, Robert Taylor’s outstanding Masterwork brings to life a moment during September 1940 at the height of the Battle of Britain. With an intuition unsurpassed by his peers, the world’s foremost aviation artist depicts a group of battle-weary Spitfire pilots from 92 Squadron after a long day’s fighting. Exhausted, they wait whilst ground crews hastily re-fuel and re-arm their aircraft at Biggin Hill ready for the next combat. No one knows when the alarm will sound but, when it does, they will, as always, be ready.

ATTACK ON THE HIEI

Joe Foss leads F4F Wildcats of VMF121, based on Guadalcanal, against the Japanese battlecruiser Hiei north of Savo Island, Friday November 13, 1942. Multi-pilot signed print.
 

 

AWAITING THE CALL – Matted Collector’s Piece

Robert perfectly captures the tense atmosphere in preparation for the raid - at 20.30 hrs a modified Lancaster with its massive ‘bouncing bomb’ clearly visible, stands at dispersal at RAF Scampton while her crew await the call to embark on this most daring mission.

BADER LEGEND

The legendary Wing Leader Douglas Bader high above the south coast of England, flying his beloved Mark Va Spitfire. Prints signed by Bader Wing pilots.
 

 

BADER'S BUS COMPANY

High over the south coast of England, the defiant Spitfire pilots of Douglas Bader’s Tangmere Wing fly a southerly course towards the Pas de Calais to engage Adolf Galland’s ‘Abbeville Boys’ shortly after their indomitable leader had been shot down and taken prisoner, August 1941.

BADERS BUS COMPANY - THE GICLEE STUDIO PROOF

Spitfires of the Tangmere Wing fly a southerly course towards the Pas de Calais and a doubtless engagement with Adolf Galland’s ‘Abbeville Boys’. The glorious colours of sunrise glint on the sleek fighters as they streak out over the early morning cumulus clouds.
 

 

BALLOON BUSTER

RFC 208 Squadron Sopwith Camel flown by Flt Lt Henry Botterell brings down a German observation balloon near Arras, northern France, August 29, 1918. Pilot signed print.

BAND OF BROTHERS

Robert Taylor\'s emotive new painting shows S for Sugar on the morning of 27th April, 1944 after her 95th sortie - a raid on the ball-bearing factory at Schweinfurt. As the battle-scarred bomber taxies in at RAF Waddington, other 467 Squadron Lancasters follow, heading for their dispersal points. Already the weary crews begin their informal debriefing.
 

 

BARQUE GLENOGIL

Four-masted barque Glenogil towing up the Mersey river. Aritst signed limited edition.


CURRENT CATALOGUE
by Robert Taylor

 

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