by Richard Taylor
Richard Taylor’s poignant new painting captures eloquently the urgency of a scramble – an everyday occurrence during those frantic days in the summer of 1940. Battle of Britain ace Flight Lieutenant Ian Gleed leads a detachment of Hurricane Mk1s from 87 Squadron as they climb out of their Exeter airfield during the peak of the battle in the high summer of 1940.
Overall print size: 34½” wide x 22¾” high Image size: 28” wide x 15½” high
Each of the 460 prints in the edition carries the original signatures of distinguished Battle of Britain Hurricane pilots.
THE LIMITED EDITION
Flight Lieutenant PETER HAIRS MD
400 Signed & Numbered prints
THE ARTIST PROOFS & REMARQUE EDITIONS
Wing Commander BOB DOE DSO DFC*
10 Double Remarques
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THE REMARQUE EDITION
In the short period of time that Richard Taylor has been published by
the Military Gallery, his pencil remarques have evolved into highly skilled
pieces of original art. More and more detailed, these beautiful hand-crafted
drawings are quickly growing to be appreciated by collectors, and are
becoming increasingly in high demand. Two highly restricted remarque editions
will be issued, all with drawings comprehensively researched and relating
to the Mosquito; the first limited to 25 copies, will each have an ORIGINAL
pencil drawing elegantly hand drawn by Richard Taylor. The second, restricted
to just TEN COPIES, will be issued with a