BOLD, RECKLESS AND SUPREME
by Robert Taylor
Canadian Flight Lieutenant Johnny Kent leads the Hurricanes flown by the Polish pilots of No.303 Squadron during September 1940 – at the height of the Battle of Britain.
Overall size: Approx 25 x 15 3/4 inches
In his moving and highly evocative tribute to the nearly 3000 young men from 14 nations who made up RAF Fighter Command during the Battle of Britain, Robert Taylor has chosen 303 Squadron – the highest scoring unit in 11 Group – to represent all the men of RAF Fighter Command who flew and fought in one of history’s most crucial and decisive battles.
This haunting and poignant drawing, the latest in the Military Gallery Graphite Collection, has been skillfully executed in Robert’s unique blend of pencil and paint and, with each print signed by Aircrew who participated during those crucial months, is an outstanding opportunity for all collectors of aviation art and memorabilia.