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CHECKERTAILS – OUTBOUND ESCORT

Robert Taylor, the world’s most instantly-recognisable aviation artist, remembers the heroic exploits of the men who flew with the 325th Fighter Group in his iconic piece. Few painters have the necessary skill to successfully blend the machines of war into beautiful landscapes as Robert, and his breath-taking work Checkertails – Outbound Escort is a classic example of just why he’s considered the greatest ever aviation artist.

CHECKERTAILS – OUTBOUND ESCORT – The Legacy Remarques

Few painters have the necessary skill to successfully blend the machines of war into beautiful landscapes as Robert, and his breathtaking work Checkertails – Outbound Escort is a classic example of just why he’s considered the greatest ever aviation artist.
 

 

THE LAST WAVE

Completed with the help of the de Havilland Museum, Chris’ memorable painting not only serves as a lasting tribute to the brave airmen who took part in Operation Jericho, but also honours the countless aircrew from all parts of the world who flew the legendary ‘Wooden Wonder’ on such daring missions throughout World War Two.

GUIDING THE STRAGGLER HOME

Adding great historical authenticity, each print has been signed over a number of years by highly-regarded veterans of both RAF Fighter and Bomber Command. Every copy is then issued mounted to full conservation standards to display even more original autographs to create a unique collector’s piece to be cherished. The famous names include veterans who took part in some of the most significant actions of the war, the Battle of Britain, attacks on the mighty Battleship Tirpitz, plus the Dambuster Raids against the great dams of the Ruhr Valley, to name but a few.
 

 

HEADING FOR THE FRONT

In his poignant drawing Heading to the Front artist Richard Taylor has selected a moment during the Second Battle of Ypres as a tribute to all those Allied soldiers who fought during the Great War. The city of Ypres, within range of German artillery, lies mostly in ruins yet beside the road poppies continue to bloom, their blood red petals in stark contrast to the drab khaki and dun mounts of a British cavalry unit heading towards the fighting.

DESTINATION BERLIN

The acute attention to detail, including such elements as the white bicycle belonging to Staff Sergeant Joe Urice, would not have been possible without the direct input of leading historians and members of the Executive Committee and Board of Directors of the 100th Bomb Group Foundation, 100thbg.com. By officially endorsing the edition it creates a remarkable and lasting collector’s piece to be cherished for future generations.
 

 

PERFECT TIMING

Faithfully reproduced as high-quality giclée fine art prints, only NINETEEN copies of this memorable edition are available worldwide representing the nineteen Lancaster crews who took part in the Dambuster Raids.

COLOR GUARD

A sudden chill seizes the crisp morning as the pilots and mechanics of Jasta 5, one of the Germany’s most successful units, prepare their Albatross D.V fighters for an early morning patrol in support of the German Spring Offensive, 1918.
 

 

WITTMANN’S HEAVIES

The historical importance of this restricted edition is highlighted by the inclusion of the extremely RARE and hard-to-come-by ORIGINAL autograph of Michael Wittmann himself which has taken a number of years to source and collect.

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