Richard Taylor Catalogue

FIELDS OF GLORY

by Richard Taylor

Richard Taylor Aviation Art COASTAL PATROL Spitfires of 610 Squadron

WE SHALL NOT FORGET - A NEW EDITION RELEASED FOR REMEMBRANCE DAY AND VETERANS DAY

With the Battle of Britain reaching its climax, Mk.Ia Spitfires from 92 Squadron return to their new base at Biggin Hill in early September 1940. As if in tribute to fallen comrades, a bright swathe of second-flowering corn poppies greet their thunderous arrival.

This superb cameo painting by Richard Taylor serves as a tribute to all those who fought for the Allied forces during WWII.

THE SIGNATURES

The Battle of Britain changed the course of the war in Europe and although the number of veterans who fought has sadly dwindled, it is a great honour that, along with the artist Richard Taylor, each print has been personally signed by three veterans who served during this crucial period:


Flying Officer KEN WILKINSON
Spitfire Pilot with 616 and 619 Sqns

Flight Lieutenant TERRY CLARK DFM AE
WOp/AG on Blenheims with 219 Sqn / 6 victories

Leading Aircraftsman BILL JONATHAN
Ground Crew with 32 Sqn on Hurricanes

250 Signed & numbered
25 Artist Proofs

Overall Print Size: 19¼” wide x 16¼” high Image Size: 14¼” wide x 9¾” high

THE REMARQUE EDITIONS

Regarded as one of the most gifted exponents of pencil work in the industry, Richard Taylor will hand-craft an original drawing in the lower margin of each print.

If you have any particular request – such as specific aircraft markings – please ask when placing your order and we will do our best to accomodate.

25 Remarques
10 Double Remarques

 

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RICHARD TAYLOR
Richard Taylor is a young talent not to be ignored. His abounding enthusiasm for painting aircraft, and the distinctive natural flair of this young professional artist is clearly demonstrated in this, his very first aviation painting to be issued as a limited edition. Richard Taylor is set to carve out an exciting career for himself: a career that the most discerning collectors of the genre will no doubt wish to hold a stake in from the very outset.