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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 BATTLE FOR NORMANDY - 2020 CALENDAR

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

WINGS OF GLORY - 2020 CALENDAR

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

 

ADVANCE FROM ARROMANCHES

To help commemorate the 75th Anniversary of D-Day and to remember the heroes who served in the Battle of Normandy, each print in this memorable edition has been authenticated by veterans who fought bravely in this historic campaign.

RENDEZVOUS WITH DESTINY

Richard’s dramatic edition recalls the heroism of these paratroopers. The night will be long and dangerous but their forthcoming resilience in the face of adversity will become the stuff of legend. Completed in his trademark technique of using a mixture of graphite with subtle colour highlights, Richard’s superb piece helps commemorate the 75th Anniversary of D-Day and serves as a lasting tribute to all those who fought throughout the liberation of Europe.
 

 

HOME AGAIN ENGLAND

In recognition of the role played by these two legendary aircraft and the men who flew them, Robert’s striking piece Home Again England depicts a scene during those final few weeks of the war. A battle-weary Lancaster limps home along the Norfolk coast with its outer starboard engine feathered and out of action following one of Bomber Command’s last daylight operations. Luckily a group of Mk.XIV Spitfires is on hand to provide close escort and will see the bomber safely back to base.

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.

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