FIELDS OF GLORY
by Richard Taylor
With the Battle of Britain reaching its climax, Mk.Ia Spitfires from 92 Squadron return to their new base at Biggin Hill in early September 1940. As if in tribute to fallen comrades, a bright swathe of second- flowering corn poppies greet their thunderous arrival.
This superb cameo painting by Richard Taylor serves as a tribute to all those who fought for the Allied forces during WWII.
The Battle of Britain changed the course of the war in Europe and although the number of veterans who fought has sadly dwindled, it is a great honour that, along with the artist Richard Taylor, each print has been personally signed by three veterans who served during this crucial period:
- Flying Officer Kenneth Wilkinson
- Flight Lieutenant Terry Clark DFM AE
- Leading Aircraftsman BILL JONATHAN
- 19.25 x 16.25 inches
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