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.

 

ALMOST HOME

COMMEMORATING THE 100th ANNIVERSARY OF THE RAF

A lone 9 Squadron Lancaster, separated from the main force during a punishing mission to Germany in late 1944, returns to safety. The weary crew are no doubt relieved to see familiar fields beneath them as they approach their base at RAF Bardney.

The Military Gallery is proud that every print has been signed by highly respected veterans who flew with Bomber Command during WWII.

ALMOST HOME – BOMBER COMMAND TRIBUTE EDITION

A classic Masterwork from the world’s foremost aviation artist, released to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force
 

 

AMERICA STRIKES BACK

Ken Taylor in his P-40 Tomahawk, bringing down his second enemy aircraft on December 7, 1941, an Aichi D-3Al ' Val' dive-bomber. In the background palls of smoke rise from the up-turned battleship Oklahoma. Pilot signed print.

AMERICAN CLIPPER FLYING CLOUD - THE GICLÉE STUDIO PROOF

For two glorious decades in the mid-nineteenth century, the world’s great sea trading routes were dominated by the magnificent ‘Yankee Clippers’. And none were finer or more famous than the American clipper Flying Cloud, legendary for her world beating speed records, some of which stood for 100 years, and for having a female Navigator - unheard of in 1854!
 

 

AMERICAN EAGLES


ANGELS THREE ZERO

Spitfire flown by Bobby Oxspring of 66 Squadron duels with an Me109 at 30,000 feet, during the Battle of Britain Pilot signed edition..
 

 

ASSAULT ON THE CAPITAL

Me109s of II/LG2 and Hurricanes of 242 Squadron in combat during the attacks on London in the afternoon of September 7, 1940. Prints signed by Luftwaffe fighter aces.

 

 

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.


CURRENT CATALOGUE
by Robert Taylor

 

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