Robert Taylor Catalogue

BOLD, RECKLESS & SUPREME

By Robert Taylor

Robert Taylor Aviation ArtBOLD, RECKLESS & SUPREME, Hurricanes, Battle of Britain

 

Canadian, Flight Lieutenant Johnny Kent leads the Hurricanes flown by Polish pilots of no.303 Squadron during September 1940 – at the height of the Battle of Britain

Aircraft: Hurricane

In this moving and highly evocative tribute to nearly 3000 young men from 14 nations who made up RAF Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain, Robert Taylor has chosen 303 Squadron – the highest scoring squadron in 11 Group during the Battle of Britain – to represent all the men of RAF fighter Command who flew and fought in one of history’s most crucial and decisive battles.
This haunting and poignant drawing, the latest in the Graphite Collection, has been skilfully executed in Robert’s unique blend of pencil and paint, and with each print signed by Aircrew who flew and fought during those crucial months this is an outstanding opportunity for all collectors of aviation fine art and memorabilia.

The Limited Edition

All prints in this edition have been personally signed by the artist Robert Taylor and 2 distinguished Battle of Britain fighter pilots:
Air Commodore John Ellacombe - Hurricanes / 1 Squadron
Wing Commander Terrance Kane – Spitfires / 234 Squadron

250 signed & numbered prints – 2 signatures

 

The Collectors Edition

The 10 signature Collectors Edition is additionally signed by the following Battle of Britain Aircrew:
Flight Lieutenant Richard Jones Spitfires / 64 Squadron
Group Captain Byron Duckenfield Hurricanes / 501 Squadron
Wing Commander ‘Tim’ Elkington Hurricanes / 1 Squadron
Flight Lieutenant Keith Lawrence Spitfires / 234 Squadron
Flight Lieutenant Albert Gregory Blenheims / 219 Squadron
Squadron Leader Tony Iveson Spitfires / 616 Squadron
Wing Commander Trevor Gray Spitfires / 64 Squadron
Flight Lieutenant Peter Hairs Hurricanes / 501 Squadron

200 Collectors Edition - 10 signatures

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