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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.

 

THE EAGLES DIVIDE

Prints in this highly-restricted edition are autographed by distinguished USAAF and Luftwaffe veterans who flew in combat during these close encounters over Europe during World War Two. Adding great historical importance, each signatory reached Ace status and together they clocked up many thousands of hours flying in combat during the war, representing both sides of this dramatic period of aerial conflict.

SPITFIRE SCRAMBLE

Richard’s exquisite cameo Spitfire Scramble depicts a typical daily scene at Westhampnett as Flight Lieutenant ‘Mickey’ Mount, flight commander with 602 Squadron, leads the final section of Spitfires away from the base in a frantic scramble to intercept another large Luftwaffe force heading towards the Royal Navy’s main base at Portsmouth and radar stations on the Isle of Wight in August 1940.
 

 

TESTING TIMES

Keith, who joined the Military Gallery in 2020, is currently illustrating the Ladybird Expert History series of the Second World War written by leading historian James Holland. His graphic portrayal, Testing Times, depicts Sergeant Don Kingaby carrying out last minute checks on his Mk.I Spitfire at the height of the Battle of Britain.

WINGS OF GLORY - 2021 CALENDAR

Featuring work by some of the world’s most widely collected Aviation and Military artists including Robert Taylor, Anthony Saunders, Richard Taylor and Keith Burns.
 

 

THE BATTLE FOR NORMANDY - 2021 CALENDAR

Featuring work by some of the world's leading Military and Aviation artists including Robert Taylor Anthony Saunders, Richard Taylor, Simon Smith and Keith Burns.

CHANNEL STORM

Anthony’s atmospheric painting depicts a definitive moment in late August 1940 as the Mk.I Spitfires of 610 Squadron, one of the units to bear the full brunt of the Luftwaffe’s attacks, scramble away from their base at Biggin Hill towards the Channel where yet another incoming Luftwaffe formation has been spotted. Combining great skill with thoughtful insight, Anthony beautifully portrays the elegant fighters, glinting in sunlight, racing towards the storm clouds gathering on the horizon. The peaceful harvest taking place in the fields below is in stark contrast to the perils that lie ahead.
 

 

RETURN FROM SCHWEINFURT GICLÉE CANVAS PROOF

Thanks to the latest high-definition digital technology, this iconic image is now available as part of Robert’s series of Giclée Canvas Proofs. Specifically produced to order, each copy is signed by the artist, individually numbered and stamped on the reverse, and issued with a Certificate of Authenticity.

SCHWEINFURT – THE SECOND MISSION GICLÉE CANVAS PROOF

Schweinfurt – The Second Mission is one of Robert Taylor’s most dramatic paintings. Depicting Colonel Budd Peaslee’s B-17 Equipose, flown by Kemp Maclaughlin, as they lead the Fortresses of the 92nd Bomb Group high over Germany en-route to Schweinfurt and under constant attack from enemy fighters, it is the latest Giclée Proof on canvas issued to commemorate the heroism shown by the young men who flew with the Eighth Air Force on the Regensberg – Schweinfurt missions.
 

 

Group Captain Sir DOUGLAS BADER

Only 26 copies of this memorable edition are available worldwide. Each pair of drawings is exquisitely matted to full conservation standards in a single composition that includes museum-quality reproduction RAF wings plus a RARE and fully authenticated original autograph of the man himself; Group Captain Sir DOUGLAS BADER CBE DSO* DFC* DL FRAeS.

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