The Robert Taylor Gallery
Panama Jacks is proud to be able to exhibit a selection of superb paintings by Robert Taylor.
These images are
copyright protected by Robert Taylor.

BALLOON BUSTER

Flight Lieutenant Henry Botterell in his Sopwith Camel, shoots down a balloon over Arras, France, on the morning of 29 August 1918.


BEACH HEAD STRIKE FORCE

Vought F4U-1 Corsair's on a low-level straffing run during Allied landings in The Marshall Islands, 1944.

COMING IN OVER THE ESTUARY

Lockheed P-38J Lightnings returning from a straffing mission over France, fly low over the English south coast, summer 1944.

EAGLES AT DAWN

Me109G fighters of I./JG-53 scramble from a
snow covered airstrip in Veszprem, Hungary
1945, to intercept Russian fighters and
bombers over Czechoslovakia.

STRUGGLE FOR SUPREMACY

A P-51 Mustang flown by Captain Robert Foy of the 357th Fighter Group engages an Me109 in a head-on pass, high over Germany's Rhineland. P-47 Thunderbolts of the 56th Fighter Group climb to give support, whilst more Luftwaffe fighters enter the battle from the right. January 1945.

BIRTH OF A LEGEND

An Me109 flown by Luftwaffe ace Erich Hartmann, goes down after ingesting debris from his victim, a doomed Russian IL-2 fighter bomber. Hartmann ended the war with 352 aerial victories, making him the highest scoring fighter pilot in history.

CHANNEL DASH

Me109's of JG-2 fly low escort duty above the German warships Scharnhorst, Gneisenau and the Prinz Eugen as they follow the coast of France into the English Channel, on the morning of February 12th, 1942. The battle fleet sailed undetected within a few miles of the British coast.

FRONT LINE HURRICANES

Based at a temporary forward airfield at Lille Marc, these Hurricanes of No.87 squadron are in the thick of the fighting. Flying early Mk1s, armed only with machine guns, their task was to beat back the incessant air attacks on the British forces.




VICTORY OVER DUNKIRK

Commander Bob Stanford-Tuck banks his Spitfire away from his burning victim, a Luftwaffe Me 110. The painting features the small French port of Dunkirk.