AVG P-40 The artist, Russell Smith will apply your remarque as seen here to the lower border of your print for an additional $25 each.
Nakajima Ki-43 Oscar When ordering just one remarque, indicate your choice of "P-40" or "Ki-43" in the comments box during checkout.
Prints are signed by the artist and numbered
500 Limited Editions....$95
Limited Edition with one remarque (see above)....$120
Limited Edition with two remarques (see above)....$145
50 Artist's Proofs....$125
Artist's Proof with one remarque (see above)....$150
Artist's Proof with two remarques (see above)....$175
23.5" x 33.5"
Co-signed by the late Col. Ed Rector
The Bite of the Tiger is a painting depicting Col. Ed Rector in #36 P-40 Warhawk during the decisive strikes by the Flying Tigers against the Japanese Army advancing up the Burma Road. As the Japanese convoy began the treacherous descent into the Salween Gorge crossing into China, the AVG struck with deadly accuracy, strafing and bombing the Japanese while the Chinese destroyed the bridge across the river. The attacks would continue for four days, 1301finally causing the Japanese troops to stop their advance. As a result of the attacks, the Japanese Army never entered China via the Burma Road. The artist worked closely with Col. Rector during its creation to ensure accuracy.