Dawn Till Dusk by Richard Taylor
Fighter Ace Johnnie Johnson leads MkIX Spitfires of his No.144 Canadian Wing back to their base at Ford after a long day of operations over Normandy shortly after D-Day. The wing flew constant fighter sweeps throughout the Normandy Invasions, before relocating to France on June 15th 1944.
This superb new edition is personally signed by outstanding Aces who flew with the Canadian Wing during the Normandy Invasions, under the leadership of the highest scoring RAF Ace of WWII Johnnie Johnson.
THE LIMITED EDITION
Every print has been personally signed by the artist, Richard Taylor, together with the following two Aces who flew Spitfires with the Canadian Wing during D-Day:
Wing Commander J.F STOCKY EDWARDS DFC DFM
Wing Commander JAMES LINDSAY DFC
350 Limited Edition prints with TWO signatures: £110inc vat
THE COLLECTORS EDITION
Each copy has been individually signed by a further two Spitfire pilots who flew with the Canadian Wing, making a total of FOUR signatures.
Lieutenant General DON LAUBMAN DFC
Squadron Leader ROY WOZNIAK DFC
70 Collectors Edition with FOUR signatures:
Overall Print Size: 30 1/2 wide x 23 1/2 high. Image Size: 24 wide x 16 high
THE REMARQUE EDITIONS
Richard Taylors beautiful, highly-detailed pencil remarques are not only a joy to behold, but are also highly collectable investments. Two Remarque Editions will be issued with DAWN TILL DUSK, both featuring the classic Spitfire. The first, limited to 25 copies, will each have an ORIGINAL pencil remarque; the second, restricted to just TEN COPIES, will be issued with either TWO separate and individual drawings or an outstanding DOUBLE SIZE remarque drawing.
25 Remarques with FOUR signatures
10 Double Remarques
THE TRIBUTE PROOFS
Issued with the signatures of the Collectors Edition, Richard Taylor has created ten substantial and unique original pencil drawings, supreme examples of the artists breath-taking skill which will accompany the main print.
Now is the time to invest in an original work of art by this exceptional and rapidly developing artist. Each individually crafted drawing is conservation matted to include the original pencil signatures of some of the most prominent Aces to fly with the Canadian Squadrons including their Wing Leader, the highest scoring RAF Ace of WWII, Johnnie Johnson. The ELEVEN pilots featured in this edition achieved a total of 133 air victories between them:
Air Vice Marshal J.E 'JOHNNIE' JOHNSON CB CBE DSO** DFC* DL
Flight Lieutenant WILFRED BANKS DFC
Wing Commander LORNE CAMERON DFC
Group Captain ALBERT HOULE DFC
Squadron Leader IRVING KENNEDY DFC MD
Wing Commander ANDREW MACKENZIE DFC CD
Flight Lieutenant LARRY ROBILLARD DFM CD
10 Tribute Proofs with ELEVEN signatures