CURRENT CATALOGUE
by Simon Smith

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.

 

THE ROAD FROM UTAH

Paratroopers of the 101st Airborne lead American armored units through the recently liberated village of Saint Marie Du Mont during the advance from Utah Beach, shortly after D-Day.

THE SPOILS OF WAR

Simon’s powerful piece portrays the men of Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 506th PIR reflecting on their recent action – the successful assault to overpower two entire companies of battle-hardened German Waffen-SS troops entrenched, with artillery support, along a Dutch dike, 5th October 1944.
 

 

THE SPOILS OF WAR – MARKET GARDEN TRIBUTE EDITION


VITAL ASSAULT

Simon Smith’s piece Vital Assault, one of the most dramatic depictions of the assault on Pointe du Hoc, portrays the men of Dog Company as they unleash a withering volley of return fire, forcing the Germans to retreat. With the prints personally signed by veterans that fought with the US 2nd Ranger Battalion, this dramatic edition is an authentic account of this most historic and famous battle.
 

 

VITAL ASSAULT - THE D-DAY TRIBUTE EDITION

Each print in this edition is issued with a separate specially commissioned original pencil drawing by Simon Smith which has been conservation matted to include the original pencil signatures of two veterans who fought at ‘Bloody’ Omaha Beach on D-Day and would go on to join the Rangers in their advance through Normandy. FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CLICK HERE

WE TREATED THEM ALL THE SAME

In the early hours of 6 June 1944 two medics from the 101st Airborne – Kenneth Moore and Robert Wright – arrived to find themselves in the middle of a confused and savage firefight. Undeterred by the fighting around them the two men immediately set up a field dressing-station in the little village church to treat the growing numbers of wounded. In an act of true humanity within the brutality of war, the two medics insisted on treating every wounded soldier brought here equally, regardless of the uniform they wore
 


CURRENT CATALOGUE
by Simon Smith

 

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