Category [LANCASTER]

Current Catalog shows alphabetically, by artists, all prints currently available from the Military Gallery. Many are now low in inventory and a few close to selling out. Click on thumbnail image or title to see larger image and more information.

 

STRIKE AND RETURN

Robert Taylor has chosen 460 Squadron for this evocative tribute to the men of RAF Bomber Command who flew the torturous day and night raids throughout World War II. Under the command of the dashing young Group Captain Hughie Edwards, VC, between 1943-45 the Squadron took part in many of the most important raids of the war, becoming the most highly decorated squadron in Bomber Command by the end of hostilities.

HOMEWARD BOUND

Nicolas Trudgian’s emotive painting Homeward Bound depicts Dave Shannon’s Lancaster AJ-L, dodging the searchlights low over the Dutch landscape, as he returns from the Eder Dam following the part he and his crew played in the famous raid on that moonlit night in May, 1943.
 

 

DUEL IN THE DARK

Flying his Me110 night-fighter among the flak and searchlights, Kommandeur of IV. /NJG1 and top-scoring Luftwaffe night-fighter pilot, Major Heinz-Wolfgang Schnaufer, makes a daring attack on Lancasters of 106 Squadron high over the target area during a raid on German installations in August 1944.

BAND OF BROTHERS

Robert Taylor\'s emotive new painting shows S for Sugar on the morning of 27th April, 1944 after her 95th sortie - a raid on the ball-bearing factory at Schweinfurt. As the battle-scarred bomber taxies in at RAF Waddington, other 467 Squadron Lancasters follow, heading for their dispersal points. Already the weary crews begin their informal debriefing.
 

 

ONE HUNDRED UP!

No. 467 Squadron’s Lancaster “S For Sugar”, one of RAF Bomber Command’s most famous aircraft, heads out on her 100th mission on May 11, 1944. Pilot signed print.

HOME AT DAWN

Lancasters of No. 49 Squadron descend low over Suffolk, heading towards their base at Fiskerton. The night raid on Hamburg is almost completed. Spitfires from No. 129 Squadron, based at Hornchurch have escorted them home.
 

 

MOONLIGHT HUNTER

Major Paul Zorner, Gruppenkommandeur of II./NJG 100 brings down a Lancaster over Berlin, late 1944. Pilot signed print.

NO TURNING BACK

A Lancaster of No. 61 Squadron, RAF, piloted by Flt. Lt. Bill Reid, under attack from a German Fw190 en route to Dusseldorf on the night of November 3rd. Prints multi-signed by Lancaster crews.
 

 

LANCASTER UNDER ATTACK

An RAF Lancaster of 626 Squadron is locked in combat with an Me110G4 Luftwaffe night fighter over Germany, December 1944. Prints signed by opposing pilots.


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