RECENT RELEASES
Page2/2

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.

 

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.
 

 

APPROACH TO THE MÖHNE DAM

Anthony Saunders’ painting, Approach to the Möhne Dam, already hailed as a masterpiece of aviation art and one of the most authentic interpretations of events yet created, captures the moment when the fate of the Möhne dam was sealed.

DAMBUSTERS – THE IMPOSSIBLE MISSION GICLÉE CANVAS PROOF

Robert Taylor’s aviation masterpiece depicts the moment that “Dingy” Young in Lancaster AJ-A releases his cylindrical, hydrostatically-triggered mine – clearly visible against the huge splash as it hits the water. The mighty Möhne Dam has but moments to live.
 

 

THE DAMBUSTERS – THREE GOOD BOUNCES GICLÉE CANVAS PROOF

To help commemorate the 75th Anniversary of this legendary mission, the Military Gallery is delighted that this powerful image is now part of Robert Taylor’s hugely popular series of Studio Proofs on canvas.

BOMBING UP TOMMY

Richard Taylor's outstanding painting depicts the scene just a few hours before departure, on the afternoon of 16 May 1943 at RAF Scampton as the hardworking ground crews of 617 Squadron ready their Lancasters in preparation for the night’s raid.
 

 

DAMBUSTERS – ‘GONER 58A’

Robert Taylor’s skill and artistry reflects his intimate and authentic knowledge of the events that took place on that epic, moonlit night in May 1943. Over the past four decades he has enjoyed the company of almost every man to survive Operation Chastise, has listened to their stories first-hand, and counted many of them as friends. The knowledge acquired, and the friendships gained have, without doubt, given Robert an unparalleled insight into the legendary Dambusters.

NO MANS LAND - A BOOK & PRINT PORTFOLIO

To honour all those who fought with the Tank and Armoured Vehicle Corps during The Great War, each copy of No Man’s Land is conservation matted to include an ORIGINAL pair of WWI Campaign Medals – The WWI British War Medal and Victory Medal – which have been sourced and collected over a number of years. Each pair of medals was actually issued to a member of the BRITISH TANK CORPS and have the recipients Service, Rank, Name and Number impressed on them.
 

 

ALMOST HOME

COMMEMORATING THE 100th ANNIVERSARY OF THE RAF

A lone 9 Squadron Lancaster, separated from the main force during a punishing mission to Germany in late 1944, returns to safety. The weary crew are no doubt relieved to see familiar fields beneath them as they approach their base at RAF Bardney.

The Military Gallery is proud that every print has been signed by highly respected veterans who flew with Bomber Command during WWII.

RECENT RELEASES
Page2/2

[Home]     [Privacy Policy]     [Contact Us]     [SiteMap]