Aviation Art New Releases

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V For Victory Mark Postlethwaite Morning Glory Mark Postlethwaite Tropical Duties Richard Taylor.
V For Victory Mark Postlethwaite. An Avro Lancaster of RAF Bomber Command heads out over the east coast of England on another dangerous bombing mission in 1943. The rear gunner spots a fleeting V for Victory sign painted in the clouds by the setting sun, hopefully a good omen for the night ahead.
Morning Glory Mark Postlethwaite. A Handley Page Halifax of RAF Bomber Command makes its final approach to land after a long and difficult night over Germany. The seven crew members and a rabbit all contemplate their luck in surviving another close encounter with the enemy.

Tropical Duties Richard Taylor. On Wednesday 22 June 1938 a new sound was heard over the humid streets of Singapore as four Bristol Pegasus radial engines heralded the arrival of the RAF’s newest flying-boat, the Short Sunderland. With a range approaching 3,000 miles it was ideal for the long-range maritime reconnaissance patrols.

Approaching The Eder Mark Postlethwaite Preparing T Tommy Richard Taylor
Approaching The Eder Mark Postlethwaite. Squadron Leader Henry Maudslay flying Lancaster ED937 makes his first approach to the Eder Dam during Operation Chastise, 17th May 1943. This very difficult approach involved diving down a gorge near Waldeck Castle before making a sharp left turn to line up with the Eder Dam seen in the distance.
Preparing T Tommy Richard Taylor. 6Superb Limited Edition Print and Book Portfolio. 617 Squadron ground crew prepare Lancaster AJ-T for Operation Chastise on the afternoon of Sunday 16 May 1943. Bomb Aimer George ‘Johnny’ Johnson successfully released their bomb, spot on target, at 00.46 hrs in the morning, 17 May 1943.



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