Remembrance in 2023

For Freedom...

11 November 2023



This time of year we take a moment to remember the courageous service men and women
who helped shape the world we live in today.

In tribute to all those who made the ultimate sacrifice, we’re proud to feature a collection of moving pieces by Richard Taylor...



At 11.00am on Friday 11 November 1918 the guns along the Western Front fell silent.

VERY FEW copies remaining! This piece is matted to full conservation standards, and including the signature of the artist!



Having left their base at Great Massingham, de Havilland Mosquitos from 169 Squadron fly low over Ely Cathedral as they head south in preparation for a night intruder mission during the summer of 1944.

Autographed by a highly regarded Mosquito Navigator who flew critical missions throughout WWII!



Spitfires from 92 Sqn return to their new base at Biggin Hill in early September 1940. As if in tribute to fallen comrades, a bright swathe of flowering corn poppies greet their thunderous arrival.

Personally signed by three WWII veterans who served during the Battle of Britain!



After another perilous night-time mission over northern France, Lancasters of 106 Sqn – whose motto was ‘For Freedom’ – return to their Lincolnshire airfield, summer 1944. As the morning mist clears, an expanse of brightly coloured poppies joyfully heralds the return of the exhausted crews.

Autographed for posterity by three WWII RAF Bomber Command veterans!


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They shall grow not old, as we that are left grow old:
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them.

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