ROBERT TAYLOR FINE ART PRINT - EAGLES AT DAWN - 9 SIGNATURES W/ COA #367/850
Current price $725.00
Listing type Chinese
Location Simi Valley, California 930** US
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Artist Robert Taylor
Medium Lithograph Print
Print Surface Paper
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ROBERT TAYLOR FINE ART PRINT ENTITLED "EAGLES AT DAWN" THE SECOND ISSUE IN THE HARTMANN TRILOGY - #367/800 - INCLUDES 8 SIGNATURES PLUS THE ARTIST - CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY - WW2 - MINT CONDITION
SIGNED BY COLONEL ERICK HARTMANN - OBERSTLEUTNANT HELMUT BENNEMANN - LEUTNANT HEINZ EWALD - UNTEROFFIZIER HELMUT HECKES - OBERFELDWEBEL WERNER HOHENBERG - UNTEROFFIZIER FRIEDRICH SCHELKER - OBERLEUTNANT GUNTHER SEEGER - OBERLEUTNANT FRANZ WOIDICH & ARTIST ROBERT TAYLOR
PLEASE NOTE: THE SHADOWS FROM MY CAMERA & THE LIGHTING ARE FORCING THE FOCUS TO GO OUT - THERE ARE ABSOLUTELY NO CREASES OR BLEMISHES ON THIS PRINT
THIS IS A UNIQUE LIMITED EDITION FINE ART PRINT BY THE WORLD'S MOST COLLECTED AVIATION ARTIST, ROBERT TAYLOR.
THIS LIMITED EDITION FINE ART PRINT IS PRE-OWNED AND IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. IT IS LONG SOLD OUT AND ONLY AVAILABLE IN SECONDARY MARKETS. THIS IS A BEAUTIFUL PIECE AND INCLUDES THE CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICITY FOR THE 8 SIGNATURES OF THE MILITARY MEN INVOLVED IN THIS MISSION, AS WELL AS THE ARTISTS SIGNATURE, FROM THE MILITARY GALLERY. THIS PRINT HAS NEVER BEEN FRAMED AND HAS BEEN STORED IN A PROTECTIVE PLASTIC SLEEVE. IT MEASURES APPROXIMATELY 33" WIDE X 25" TALL. PLEASE USE THESE PHOTOS AS PART OF THE DESCRIPTION FOR THIS AUCTION. GREAT COLLECTIBLE!
Eagles at Dawn by Robert Taylor.
On Thursday, August 24, 1944 a 22-year old Oberleutnant Erich Hartmann powered his Mel09G fighter in a spectacular low pass over his squadrons airstrip in north-eastern Rumania, wagging his wings to the cheering Luftwaffe personnel on the ground below. The young flaxen-haired pilot had just become the first fighter Ace in history to bring down 300 enemy aircraft in combat. As World War II drew to its close, after three and a half years of continual aerial combat, this gifted young fighter pilot brought his final tally of aerial victories to 352, bringing down a Yak-7 during the last of his 1400 missions on May 8, 1945. He was the most successful fighter pilot of all time. In this dramatic rendition, we see captured a brilliantly colourful midwinter scene during the final phase of the war on the Eastern Front. Glinting in the sub-zero early morning sunlight as fresh snow begins to fall, and led by their Gruppenkommandeur Erich Hartmann, the Mel09G fighters of I./JG-53 scramble off the snow-covered airstrip at Veszprem in Hungary, February 1945. They will intercept waves of Russian fighters and bombers in the skies above Czechoslovakia in a last ditch attempt to repel the impending invasion of Germany.
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