by Anthony Saunders
ANNOUNCING A SUPERB NEW EDITION COMMEMORATING THE AMERICAN AIRBORNE ASSAULT ON D-DAY
On the evening of 5 June 1944, at a dozen airfields across southern England,
more than 13,000 American paratroopers prepared themselves for a mission
that would change the course of history. The next morning these brave
young men found themselves at the forefront of the bitter fighting to
secure the right flank of the Normandy beach-head. The odds against them
were huge and, if they failed, the American amphibious landings on Utah
and Omaha beaches would face
Anthony Saunders brings to life the tense few hours before departure in his dramatic new painting. As daylight fades, men from the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, prepare to board the C-47's of the 43rd Troop Carrying Squadron that will take them to Normandy.
Staff Sergeant EDWARD TUNISON USAAF
Captain DEAN McCANDLESS
THE REMARQUE EDITIONS
There are few easier ways to collect a piece of original art than through acquiring a pencil Remarque. These are individual pencil drawings created by the artist in the margin below the print image. Each is totally unique and is designed to be sympathetic in style to the print’s subject – although personal requests can always be made.
sample of double remarque
Anthony's remarques are amongst the best in the industry and with the unprecedented interest in his original work we urge collectors to get their requests in early to avoid disappointment.
350 Signed & numbered
Overall Print Size: 31½” wide x 24” high Image Size: 25” wide x 16¼” high
Anthony is without doubt one of the industry's most exciting
artists and this latest edition is a clear example of why.
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