Originally published in 1991 the limited edition print remains one of Robert’s most sought-after pieces. With all the unmistakable elements of a classic Taylor masterpiece the canvas sings to the roar of Pratt and Whitney engines as a flight of F4U Corsairs make a low-level strafing run on the lookout for ground targets in support of landings in the Marshall Islands in early 1944.
Below them a Japanese AM6 Zero lies decaying on the sandy beach, the victim of an earlier aerial contest while, in the distance, American naval vessels bombard enemy positions as landing craft bring the invasion force ashore.
Thanks to the latest high-definition technology, this wonderful image is now part of Robert’s hugely popular series of artist-signed giclée canvas proofs, creating the look and feel of the original painting.
THE GICLÉE CANVAS REPRODUCTIONS
Produced and printed onto fine canvas under the direct supervision of the artist to match his original painting. Each of these carefully crafted Giclée canvas reproductions is fully authorized and personally hand-signed by the artist Robert Taylor.
Exclusively limited to a total of 85 copies worldwide, each canvas Giclée is stamped on the back, hand-numbered and issued with a highly informative Certificate of Authenticity.