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Here are two pages showing the 18 most recent releases by all artists, shown in order of release, the most recent at the top. Click on thumbnail image or title to see larger image and more information. To view all other titles currently available click Current Catalogue on the Menu Bar above.

 

JASTA LEADER

Robert’s outstanding masterwork drawing Jasta Leader transports us back in time to the pinnacle of Udet’s career when he commanded Jasta 4. In it we see Udet heading out towards the front in the late summer of 1918 flying a distinctive Siemens Schuckert D.III, its fuselage emblazoned with ‘Lo!’, his sweetheart’s nickname.

BOMBER BOYS

The three pieces forming Keith Burns’ moving triptych Bomber Boys pay a fitting tribute to the thousands of RAF ground crew whose often untold but dedicated duty did so much to keep the aircraft of Bomber Command flying.
 

 

FRIDAY THE 13th - Print & Information Booklet Portfolio

In tribute to the Halifax and the valiant airmen who flew them during World War II, only 25 copies of this high quality giclée fine art print are available worldwide through the Military Gallery, Robert’s exclusive publisher. Each copy has been signed, numbered and hand-titled by Robert, personally autographed by Second World War Halifax aircrew, and issued mounted to full conservation standards. A completely unique TWELVE signature collector’s piece to be cherished!

ERICH HARTMANN – Book & Print Portfolio

No such series would be complete without the inclusion of Erich Hartmann – the legendary fighter pilot who has gone down in the history books as the highest-scoring Ace of all time.
 

 

INTO THE TEETH OF THE WIND – Matted Collector’s Piece

Robert’s detailed graphite edition serves as a lasting tribute to the brave aircrews who took part in the raids.

INTO THE TEETH OF THE WIND – The Masterwork Drawing

Robert’s detailed graphite edition serves as a lasting tribute to the brave aircrews who took part in the raids.
 

 

RED TWO

Keith’s dramatic painting takes us to an incident over occupied northern France during the hectic fighting in that summer of 1944 as Squadron Leader John Plagis, Commanding Officer of 126 Squadron and former Malta veteran, notches up yet another impressive victory, this time over a Messerschmitt Bf109.

TOO MANY HEAVIES

In a dramatic attempt to stem the tide of US Eighth Air Force heavy bombers, a lone Fw190A-8 makes a daring but unsuccessful pass through a formation of B-17Gs from the 91st Bomb Group.
 

 

ONE MORE CLOSE TO HOME

In his exciting painting 'One More Closer To Home', award-winning artist Keith Burns illustrates just how dangerous tangling with an Eighth Air Force Fortress could be as he pilot of a Bf109 gets more than he bargained for whilst trying to intercept a B-17G of the 351st Bomb Group heading home to Polebrook.

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