North Africa, 1941: When Erwin Rommel's 'Afrika Korps' were dispatched to North Africa in early 1941, one of the most respected Luftwaffe leaders was assigned to their support; Eduard Neumann. Under his command the pilots of I./JG27 soon made their presence felt.
Robert fittingly depicts a Bf109 from I./JG27 near their base at Ain el-Gazala, north-east Libya, from which they were tasked to protect the Ju87 Stukas attacking the encircled British army in Tobruk.
Overall size: 13½" x 18"
Each signed print in the Collector's edition is issued conservation matted to include the original autograph of Erich Rudorffer, who also flew in the desert during WWII.
Approx. overall matted size: 19" x 21"
Limited Edition and Artist Proof Signatures
Robert Taylor Remarques
Regarded as the world’s finest aviation artist, Robert Taylor’s original work is extremely limited so a hand-drawn pencil Remarque is one of the best ways to own a unique ‘one of a kind’ piece of his artwork.
Each print in the remarque editions will have a delicately crafted original pencil drawing, skillfully created by Robert Taylor in the lower margin. Every Remarque drawing is different and unique.
The remarque editions are similarly mounted, with the remarque drawing executed on a separate piece of paper which is included in the mat.