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by Robert Taylor

A TRIBUTE TO THE MEN WHO FLEW THE LANCASTER. The crews of Bomber Command faced one of the most daunting tasks, calling for courage sustained night after night, in conditions of desperate danger and discomfort.

Robert Taylor’s evocative painting HIGH COST recreates a typical scene encountered by many Royal Air Force bomber squadrons on raids over enemy occupied territory: Having already survived 30 successful operational sorties, on 9 February 1945 Lancaster PG-G of 619 Squadron has been intercepted by Luftwaffe night-fighters during a raid over Stettin Bay.

Overall Print Size: 271/8” wide x 173/4” high



Top Dog
by Robert Taylor

A TRIBUTE TO THE MEN WHO FLEW THE MOSQUITO. Completing a record 213 operational sorties with Bomber Command’s Pathfinder Force, Mosquito LR503 became one of the most successful aircraft in the Royal Air Force during World War II. It flew first with 109 Pathfinder Squadron, and then 105 Pathfinder Squadron, completing more combat missions than any other Allied aircraft.

Overall Print Size: 221/4” wide x 21” high

The editions are signed by eminent RAF & RAAF airmen who flew the Mosquito during WWII, and represent not only Bomber Command, but also the men of Coastal and Fighter Commands. Each print is signed by the artist Robert Taylor, and hand-numbered.