Eagles on the Channel Front recreates a scene in northern France in the late autumn of 1941. Having just returned to their temporary airstrip in the region of St. Omer, Luftwaffe pilots of JG-26 excitedly debrief their recent encounter with Spitfires and Hurricanes, fought high over the Channel coast. The gleaming new Me109Fs are discreetly parked under trees on the edge the airfield, providing some cover from low-level surprise attacks. While ground crews busily prepare the Wing’s Me109s for another mission, a group of the exciting new Fw190A fighters taxi out. The scenario will continue right into winter.
In his inimitable style, and with inordinate skill, Robert Taylor manages to evoke the heady atmosphere of a German front line airfield on the Channel Front in 1941. With the entire edition signed by Luftwaffe Aces who flew the great air battles of WWII, this wonderfully atmospheric image provides aviation art connoisseurs with a truly remarkable and valuable collector print.
This print is signed by Luftwaffe Aces who contested the great air battles with pilots of the RAF on the infamous Channel Front, 1940-1941:
Oberstleutnant Heinz Marquardt KC
Oberst Johannes Naumann KC
Oberleutnant Erhard Nippa KC
Major Gerhard Schopfel KC
Oberleutnant Günther Seeger KC.
36 x 24 inches overall including borders.
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