Early Warning

The most recent print releases

Eye of the Sun

Eye of the Sun
by Robert Taylor

Messerschmitt Bf109s from 7./JG2 Richthofen head out on a long-range fighter patrol in September 1940. With the sun behind them they hope to launch a surprise attack on unsuspecting RAF aircraft, however they will soon be intercepted by some of Fighter Command’s most determined ‘defenders of the realm’.

Signed by Erich Rudorffer (Available with additional signatures)

Overall size: 18½" x 24½" - $245


Response to Call
by Robert Taylor

A pair of Mk.I Hurricanes from 32 Squadron leading the scramble away from their forward airfield. Often making three, four or five such scrambles a day at the height of the battle, this time they are racing to intercept Luftwaffe intruders who have been spotted crossing the Kent
coast.

Signed by two Battle of Britain pilots - available with five signatures

Overall size: 20½" x 24¼"- $215

Response to Call
Thunder in the Ardennes

Thunder in the Ardennes
by Anthony Saunders

P-47 Thunderbolts of the 509th Fighter Squadron, 405th Fighter Group, pass low over paratroopers of the 82nd Airborne Division advancing through heavy snow during the Battle of the Bulge.

Signed by two P-47 pilots - 24" x 31½" - $165

(Available with additional signatures)


A Time of Eagles
by William S. Phillips

A salute to the daring American pilots of the three "Eagle Squadrons". Many became leading aces of the war, earning service honors from both England and America. When the United States entered the War on September 15, 1942, the men of "Eagle Squadrons" transferred into the American Air Force and became the 4th Fighter Group.

Giclée on canvas - Image size:23" x 31" - $595

A Time of Eagles
Longest Summer Longest Summer
by Anthony Saunders

Commemorating the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain, a limited edition print & book set, available with up to ten Battle of Britain veteran signatures.

The print by Anthony Saunders is accompanied by a 128 page full colour book relating the story of the battle, which features artwork by a variety of the leading names in aviation art.

Signed by a Battle of Britain pilot - $150


Maple Leaf Scramble
by Robert Taylor

Hurricanes of 1 Sqn (RCAF) scramble to intercept Luftwaffe raiders in August 1940. Becoming operational at Northolt the unit served with great distinction throughout the Battle of Britain.


Giclée on canvas - Image size:16" x 24" - $595

Maple Leaf Scramble
Height of the Battle

Height of the Battle
by Robert Taylor

Squadron Leader ‘Sailor’ Malan DFC, Commanding Officer of 74 Squadron and one of the great
Battle of Britain Aces, starts his second attack on a force of Luftwaffe He111 bombers approaching London with their fighter escort.


Giclée on canvas - Image size:24" x 38" - $795


Hurricane Attack
by Robert Taylor

Few flew the Hurricane better in combat than Squadron Leader John Grandy, Commanding Officer of 249 Squadron.
“Hurricane Attack” portrays him about to pounce on a Bf110 over the Isle of Wight in August 1940.

Giclée on canvas - Image size:16" x 24" - $595


Hurricane Attack
The Dambusters - Three Good Bounces

The Dambusters - Three Good Bounces
by Robert Taylor

With Mick Martin flying close on his starboard side to draw enemy fire, Dinghy Young releases his bouncing bomb, noting three good bounces before scoring a direct hit on the Möhne Dam, 16/17 May 1943.
Three signatures - $320

(Available with additional signatures)


Final Roster
by Anthony Saunders

Troops of the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, prepare to board C-47s en-route to Normandy on D-Day.

Signed by two veterans of the D-Day airborne assault.


24" x 31" - $165

Final Roster