Low Holding Over The San Jacinto by Robert Taylor

Low Holding Over The San Jacinto by Robert Taylor

The image depicts LTJG George Bush as part of a formation of TBM Avengers from Torpedo Sqn 51 (VT-51) flying a low-holding pattern in preparation for landing aboard the USS San Jacinto in August 1944. During the war, the man who would later become the 41st President of the United States logged over 1,220 flying hours, made 126 deck landings, flew 58 combat missions and was awarded three Air Medals.
Thanks to the latest high-definition technology, this wonderful image now part of Robert's hugely popular series of artist-signed giclée canvas proofs, creating the look and feel of the original painting.


Available in two different sizes:
50 Studio Proofs
Released pre-stretched (overseas orders sent un steteched, rolled) and ready to frame. Image size: 38" wide x 24" high

We are delighted to issue the very exclusive Exhibition Proofs - the extra-large size makes them an imposing showpiece for the larger space, workplace or hangar
10 Exhibition Proofs
Released un-stretched. Image size: 60" wide x 38" high

Carefully crafted onto fine canvas, each of these Giclée Proofs are signed by Robert Taylor, hand-numbered and issued with a Certificate of Authenticity.