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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.
 

 

AT THE DAYS END

Working with a combination of graphite and coloured paints on ‘buff’ coloured paper to create a unique sepia effect, Robert Taylor’s outstanding Masterwork brings to life a moment during September 1940 at the height of the Battle of Britain. With an intuition unsurpassed by his peers, the world’s foremost aviation artist depicts a group of battle-weary Spitfire pilots from 92 Squadron after a long day’s fighting. Exhausted, they wait whilst ground crews hastily re-fuel and re-arm their aircraft at Biggin Hill ready for the next combat. No one knows when the alarm will sound but, when it does, they will, as always, be ready.

ACE OF ACES GICLÉE CANVAS PROOF

One of Robert Taylor’s most iconic paintings - Ace of Aces features Hartmann leading a Schwarm of Bf109s from JG52 as they begin their attack. Originally published in 1988, many aviation art collectors will have never seen this stunning image, so the Military Gallery is delighted to announce that it is the latest to be added to the highly celebrated series of Studio Proofs on canvas.
 

 

EAGLES WINGS

Richard Taylor’s superb masterwork portrays the iconic Bf109 at a time when this remarkable fighter reigned supreme – the summer of 1940. With Poland long crushed and the Battle of France now over, the Battle of Britain has begun. Yet amidst the fury of war, Richard has once again managed to convey the tranquillity of the French countryside as a pair of Bf109s prepare to touch down at a forward airfield.

WINGS OF GLORY - 2019 CALENDAR

FEATURING WORK BY SOME OF THE WORLD’S LEADING MILITARY AND AVIATION ARTISTS INCLUDING ROBERT TAYLOR, GERALD COULSON, RICHARD TAYLOR, SIMON SMITH & ANTHONY SAUNDERS.
 

 

THE BATTLE FOR NORMANDY - 2019 CALENDAR

FEATURING WORK BY SOME OF THE WORLD’S LEADING MILITARY AND AVIATION ARTISTS INCLUDING ROBERT TAYLOR, GERALD COULSON, ANTHONY SAUNDERS, RICHARD TAYLOR AND SIMON SMITH

TOP BOUNCE

Flight Lieutenant Don Kingaby and the pilots of 64 Squadron dive to attack a group of Fw190s that have been spotted about 2,000ft below them near Boulogne, 30 July 1942. The ensuing dogfight was the first-ever encounter between the new Mk.IX Spitfire and the Fw190.
 

 

PACIFIC GLORY

Anthony Saunders’ stunning painting graphically recalls a moment during the Allied fight-back. On 5 October 1943, ten months after the island had fallen to the Japanese, American naval aircraft raided Wake, one of many such operations carried out by the US Navy and Marines. At the forefront of the attack was Lt. Cmdr. Edward ‘Butch’ O’Hare, the US Navy’s first Ace and first Naval recipient of the Medal of Honor. Throwing his F6F Hellcat into a furious dogfight, he engages Japanese Mitsubishi A6M Zeroes based on the island and in the process adds two more victories to his tally. Under O’Hare’s experienced guidance his young wingman, Lt. Alex Vraciu, claimed his first kill, and would later become one of the foremost Aces in the US Navy with 19 victories.

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