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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.

 

D-DAY – THE INVASION MAP

This superb map depicts details of the first day of this heroic operation. It illustrates the Allied armies involved and the beaches on which they landed; what their first day objectives were, and how close or far they came to achieving their goals.

LOW HOLDING OVER THE SAN JACINTO GICLÉE CANVAS PROOF

Originally published as a Limited Edition print in 1988, Low Holding Over The San Jacinto remains one of Robert Taylor’s most sought-after pieces. The image portrays a scene from August 1944 with Lieutenant (JG) George Bush as part of a four-plane formation of TBM Avengers from Torpedo Squadron 51 (VT-51) flying a low-holding pattern in preparation for landing aboard the carrier. The edition was personally signed by George H W Bush and, needless to say, copies of that original edition are extremely rare and highly sought-after. Now, thanks to the latest high-definition technology, this wonderful image is available as part of Robert Taylor’s hugely popular series of artist-signed giclée canvas proofs, creating the look and feel of the original painting.
 

 

TORNADO INTERCEPTOR & TORNADO FORCE

Completed in his trademark technique of using a mixture of graphite with subtle colour highlights, Richard pays tribute to this legendary aircraft by depicting two famous variants: TORNADO INTERCEPTOR features an F3, the fighter version and TORNADO FORCE shows GR4s, the multi-role configuration.

THE BOMBER BOYS

This highly detailed and carefully researched painting by James Dietz, one of America’s foremost military and aviation artists, fittingly depicts this famous unit to represent all those who served with Bomber Command during World War II. The crews have just returned safely to RAF Scampton after a long, hazardous raid over enemy territory. Tired, weary and thankful to have made it back in one piece, they can at last stretch their legs and enjoy some welcome refreshments before heading off to de-brief and a much-needed rest.
 

 

SKIPPER – HOME AT LAST


DESERT WARRIOR

As with many of Robert’s early and long sold-out editions, the prints have been signed by an astonishing collection of Luftwaffe veterans which is now impossible to replicate. Included is the legendary Eduard Neumann himself, along with Aces who flew in combat with him in the Western Desert, creating a historic collector’s piece that is destined to become an instant classic.
 

 

RETURN OF THE PATHFINDERS

Anthony Saunders’ atmospheric painting Return of the Pathfinders depicts the Pathfinder Mosquitos of 139 (Jamaica) Squadron, a unit that had joined Bomber Command’s No 8 (Pathfinder) Group in July 1943. Anthony skilfully conjures up the mood as dawn breaks over a crisp, icy landscape in a burst of colour that illuminates the Mosquitos as they follow the course of the River Great Ouse on their return to RAF Upwood after a long overnight trip to Germany in early 1944. During a period that began on the night of 20 / 21st February 1944 this particular squadron undertook a series of 36 consecutive night attacks on Berlin.

JOURNEYS END

To commemorate the centenary of that November Armistice, Richard Taylor has created a moving tribute to all the Allied soldiers who took part in that epic struggle. Fittingly, as an acclaimed aviation artist, he has chosen to do this with a powerful drawing that offers us a glimpse of one of the many aviators who pioneered a new form of warfare that, in the end, helped bring about final victory.
 

 

STORMBIRDS RISING

Robert Taylor, the master of aviation art, portrays the Me262s of III./JG7 in his powerful painting as a tribute to this revolutionary aircraft. He captures a scene during the final weeks of the war as Leutnant Hermann Buchner, by now one of the most famous jet Aces and recipient of the coveted Knight’s Cross, joins his fellow pilots of III./JG7 as they climb to intercept a large formation of American bombers having just left their base at Parchim. Below them the tranquillity of the meandering River Havel, flowing gracefully through the countryside west of Berlin, is in stark contrast to the deadly encounters that will soon take place overhead.

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