Vought’s distinctive gull-winged F4U Corsair was without doubt one of finest piston-engine
fighters of all time, and few would dispute its claim to be the best carrier-borne aircraft of the
Second World War. And whilst Corsairs served with distinction with the British, New
Zealanders and later with the French, the F4U will always be best remembered for its Pacific
operations in the hands of U.S. Navy and Marine Corps pilots.
Originally published in 1991 the limited edition print remains one of Robert Taylor's most admired
pieces. With all the unmistakable elements of a classic Taylor masterpiece the canvas echoes to
the roar of Pratt and Whitney engines as a gaggle of F4U Corsairs make a low-level strafing run
on the lookout for ground targets in support of landings in the Marshall Islands in early 1944.
Available in the following editions
Giclée on canvas - Signed by the artist - Image size: 24" x 36" - (ships rolled)
Giclée on canvas - Signed by the artist - Image size: 40" x 60" - (ships rolled)
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