Richard Taylor Catalogue

Typhoon Scramble

by Richard Taylor

Richard Taylor Aviation Art Typhoon Scramble Typhoons of 609 Squadron


Led by SquadronCommander Roland “Bee” Beamont, Typhoons of 609 Squadron are dramatically illustrated as they scramble from their base at Manston in April 1943, the brute force and raw aggression of this tough warbird leaving nothing to the imagination. A collector’s piece for the future, of this there’s no doubt.

A landmark aviation print edition for the purist collector-the very first to be published from the work of emerging aviation artist Richard Taylor.

Overall Print Size: 24.5” wide x 20.5” high (Image Size: 15.75” x 12.75” )


Joining artist Richard Taylor in signing each print are three fighter pilots who flew the Typhoon in combat with 609 Squadron during World War II. Every print is hand- numbered.

Flight Lieutenant Sir ALEC ATKINSON
Flight Lieutenant GEOFFREY STEVENS
Flying Officer ALLEN BILLAM

300 signed & numbered prints
25 Artist Proofs
25 Remarques

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. In joining The Military Gallery – the same international publishing house that has represented his illustrious father over 30 years – 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.


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