Category [SPITFIRE]

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.

 

A TIME FOR HEROES

The fourth print in Robert Taylor's acclaimed series of limited editions commemorating the men and machines of the great Air Commands that battled the hostile skies of World War Two.

ASSAULT ON THE CAPITAL

Me109s of II/LG2 and Hurricanes of 242 Squadron in combat during the attacks on London in the afternoon of September 7, 1940. Prints signed by Luftwaffe fighter aces.
 

 

BACK FROM NORMANDY

Mk IX Spitfires of 126 Squadron, led by Wing Commander Pete Brothers flying his Mk VII Spitfire in high altitude paint scheme, race back to base at RAF Culmhead after a low-level attack on enemy transport in Normandy.The Culmhead Spitfire Wing flew constant armed "Rhubarb" attacks in support of the invasion from D-Day- 6 June 1944 - until the first improvised strips were established in France a few weeks following the invasion.

MALTA - GEORGE CROSS

Pilot Officer John Bisley of 126 Squadron in combat with Me 109s from JG-53 during one of the intense aerial air battles over Valetta in April 1942. Between the summer of 1940 and the end of 1942, Malta became one of the most bombed places on earth. The RAF’s desperate fight to retain control of the diminutive Mediterranean island, and the defiant courage of the people of Malta, is one of the epic stories of World War Two.
 

 

AUGUST VICTORY

Flying a Mk I Spitfire of No 234 Squadron, Boe Doe is seen bringing down an Me109 High over Southampton, one of 14 Victories he achieved during the Battle of Britain

SPITFIRE COUNTRY

Spitfires of No 603 Squadron scurry back to Biggin Hill to re-arm and refuel during the Battle of Britain, summer, 1940. An Me109, shot down the previous day, lies discarded in a field below them. 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.

WINGS OF GLORY

Robert Taylor's spellbinding painting, Wings of Glory, paying tribute to Mitchell's immortal fighter, features the MkX1X Spitfire of the RAF's Battle of Britain Memorial Flight. Issued with FREE Companion print and FREE copy of Robert Taylor's new book. Pilot signed Print.
 

 

SUMMER OF '44

Mk IX Spitfires of No. 126 Squadron return to base following a low-level attack on German installations in Normandy, prior to D-Day, June 1944. Signed by leading Spitfire aces.


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