by Richard Taylor
This print can be ordered seperately or as a pair with Winter Combat Masterworks Pencil Drawing - matching number will be supplied whilst available
The Hurricane was the RAF’s first fighter capable of flying at over 300mph and proved to be one of the most rugged fighters in the history of combat aviation. Hurricanes fought with distinction in the Battle of France and, during the Battle of Britain, shot down more enemy aircraft than its famous counterpart, the Spitfire.
Richard Taylor’s superb new painting hints at the bitter fighting that lies ahead. A few months ago they had been fighting for their lives during the Battle of Britain but for now the snow-clad tranquillity of an English winter brings a brief, but welcome, relief for the Mk.1 Hurricane pilots of 87 Squadron.
Flight Lieutenant Sir PAUL HOLDEN
250 signed & numbered
THE REMARQUE EDITIONS
Regarded as one of the most gifted exponents of pencil drawing at work today, Richard Taylor will hand-craft an original drawing, using his trademark pencil and paint combination, in the lower margin of each print.
If you have a particular request for your remarque drawing - such as specific aircraft markings - please ask when placing your order and we will do our very best to accommodate.
sample of single remarque
THE DOUBLE REMARQUES
Restricted to just FIVE copies worldwide, each print in the edition will be enhanced with a unique double sized pencil drawing, once again finished in the pencil and paint combination that has gained him such high international acclaim.
sample of double remarque
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE CAN SUPPLY MATCHING-NUMBERED PAIRS WITH THE MASTERWORK PENCIL DRAWING WHILE STOCKS LAST!
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