Wings of Glory by Robert Taylor Battle of Britain Portfolio - The Artists Collection

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WINGS OF GLORY by Robert Taylor



Wings Of Glory was released to celebrate the 65th Anniversary of the legendary Supermarire Spitfire. This superb print features a Spitfire Mk XIX of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight high above the clouds. The later Spitfires were the ultimate in Piston-engined design and were some of the most elegant aircraft ever designed.

Battle of Britain Portfolio - Artist Collection.

This Edition was Limited to ONLY 50 COPIES and comprises the following Prints:-


Signed by Artist Robert Taylor and FOUR legendary Spitfire pilots:-

Squadron Leader Neville DUKE

Flew as 'Sailor' Malan's wingman and flew Spitfires over Italy Duke became the top-scoring Allied Ace in the Med - 28 Victories

Wing Commander John FREEBORN

Flying with 74 'Tiger' Squadron during the Battle of Britain Freeborn continued to fly the Spit for the rest of the war - 17 Victories

Chief Test Pilot Alex HENSHAW

Chief Test Pilot for Vickers at the Spitfire Factory at Castle Bromwich, by the end of WW2 he had flown 2360 Spits or Seafires

Squadron Leader Basil 'Stapme' STAPLETON

Stapleton flew Spitfires with 603 Squadron in the Battle of Britain flying from Hornchurch.

The Print measures 27 x 21.5 Inches


A delightful stufy of a 92 Squadron Spitfire Vb during the Summer of 1941. Artist initialled by Robert Taylor it measures 16.5 x 13.5 Inches.


This superb Pencil print features a Hurricane of 32 Squadron making a victory pass over a downed Me109E that has belly-landed in a Kent field. This rare print has been Signed by NINE veterans:-

Air Commodore Peter BROTHERS - 32 Squadron

Wing Commander Roland BEAMONT - 87 Squadron

Group Captain Frank CAREY - 43 Squadron

Wing Commander Bob DOE - 238 Squadron

Wing Commander Bob FOSTER - 605 Squadron

Wing Commander Moose FUMERTON - 32 Squadron

Group Captain Alec INGLE - 605 Squadron

Group Captain John PEEL - 145 Squadron

Wing Commander James THOMSON - 245 Squadron

The Print measures 20.5 x 16.5 Inches


This very rare Edition also comes with a First Edition Softback Copy Published in 2001 that comes with it's own Blue Clothed Slipcase, gold-embossed with the Artists' name and is SIGNED by Artist Robert Taylor.

This is a great opportunity to acquire a very rare Robert Taylor release.