|Dawn of the Machines|
On September 15th 1916 tanks went into action for the first time, across the devastated Somme battlefield at the battle of Flers.Original painting was winner of the Cross & Cockade Award for the best First World War aviation painting at the 2018 Guild of Aviation Artists 'Aviation Painting of the Year' Exhibition, held at the Mall Galleries in London.
|Letter from Home|
A young Royal Flying Corps pilot takes a moment to lose himself in the words of a loved one waiting for him back at home.Available in two alternative sizes.
A newly trained Royal Flying Corps pilot and observer arrive at their first posting, a front line BE2e reconnaissance squadron.Available in three alternative sizes and on canvas.
|Into the Hands of Fate|
Early on 13th April 1917, pilots and observers from six RE8s of 59 Squadron prepare to take off on a reconnaissance flight over the German lines - none would return.Available in three alternative sizes and on canvas.
|Somme Contact Patrol|
British troops signal their position to a BE2c flying overhead as they struggle to advance across no-mans land on July 1st 1916, the first day of the battle of the Somme.Available in two alternative sizes and on canvas.
An RE8 struggles home over no-mans land, a thin trail of smoke behind it.Available in two alternative sizes and on canvas.
|Thank You Harry Tate|
An RE8 crew relieved to have landed safely after another close call while on an artillery-spotting sortie.Available in two alternative sizes and on canvas.
'Steady Boy', Graham Turner's sensitive tribute to the millions of horses that lost their lives during the First World War.Available in two alternative sizes and on canvas.
|A Long Way From Home|
A column of Indian Cavalry advance through the town of Albert, which was central to the Allied activities on the Somme in 1916.