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|Posted on June 29, 2020 at 1:03 PM||comments (7)|
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by Robert Taylor
The Luftwaffe had been held at bay, and with the Battle of Britain won, the Royal Air Force turned its attention from one of defence to a more offensive stance. Having played a pivotal role in Britain’s dogged defence, in November 1940 Air Chief Marshal Sir Hugh Dowding was replaced as Air Officer Commanding-in-Chief of Fighter Command by the more aggressively minded Sir William Sholto Douglas and given the task to quickly rebuild his Command’s strength and then seize the initiative. Dowding wasn’t the only casualty of the RAF’s new approach; Air Vice-Marshal Keith Park, head of 11 Group during the Battle of Britain, was replaced by Air Vice-Marshal Trafford Leigh-Mallory, previously head at 12 Group and a man whose support for Bader’s ‘Big Wing’ tactics was enthusiastically shared by Fighter Command’s new commander-in-chief.
Throughout 1941 Fighter Command took the war to the enemy with ever-increasing strength and offensive patrols, especially ‘Circus’ operations – the codename for large-scale sweeps over northern France with Fighter Wings providing cover for small formations of light bombers, usually Blenheims, to attack strategic targets such as airfields, power stations and railway marshalling yards, and specifically designed to lure up the Luftwaffe’s fighters into combat.
Robert's stunning painting depicts a scene in August 1941 with a section of Mk.Vb Spitfires from 452 Squadron, led by top Irish Ace Flight Lieutenant Brendan ‘Paddy’ Finucane DFC, as they head out over the Kent coast on an offensive patrol across the English Channel.
Overall print size: 32 ¼” wide x 24 ½” high
Image size: 27” wide x 18” high
With all the hallmarks of a classic Taylor masterpiece, this stunning edition also carries the original signature of highly-regarded RAF Spitfire pilots who flew during this crucial period.
The Limited Edition & Artist Proofs
THE LIMITED EDITION US $275.00 UK £195.00
Edition Size - 225 In Stock
THE ARTIST PROOFS US $345.00 UK £245.00
Edition Size - 25 In Stock
THE COLLECTORS EDITION US $485.00 UK £345.00
Edition Size - 35 In Stock
|Posted on June 27, 2020 at 12:25 PM||comments (96)|
MANY NEW IMAGES UPLOADING!!
We are in the process of uploading a vast number of
newly available prints. Full details can be found under the
Many more yet to come covering a wide variety of
subjects including aviation, ground warfare and naval.
Additionally many will be accompanied by unique additional
items or prints only available from us.
|Posted on August 20, 2019 at 11:14 AM||comments (251)|
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The German 7th Army retreating Through The Falaise Gap Under Air Attack From Typhoon Fighter Bombers Belonging To The Allied Tactical Air Force During The Climatic Battle For Normandy in France During August 1944.
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Working on some new oils,this one will show Tiger II's of Battle Group Pieper heading towards the bridge at Stavelot during the Battle of the Bulge. Just finished putting on the anti magnetic mine paste, some more wear and tear then crew. Finished painting will be based upon my original drawing and print " Towards a bridge at Stavelot ".
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