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Original Drawings
In Partnership with The Eyebrook Gallery

The following original drawings have been created in partnership with The Eyebrook Gallery in Rutland and can be purchased from their web site or by visiting the gallery.
The Eyebrook Gallery specialises in rare, signed collectables, primarily aviation art. Situated in the delightful market town of Uppingham it is well worth a visit. Nearby is the Eyebrook Reservoir which was used regularly by the Dambusters for low level training, in fact it is not generally known but this was the primary training location. Also nearby is Rutland Water, both are excellent destinations for a day out walking or cycling.

All the drawings below are on high quality, toned printmaking paper and are executed in a combination of graphite pencil and archival quality ink with highlights in oil paint and coloured pencil. All are signed by the artist. They have been mounted up superbly with the original signatures of veteran aircrew and represent an excellent opportunity for collectors.

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Me110G-4s of NJG1 by Stephen Brown

 

Me110G-4s of NJG1

Me110G-4 night fighters of NJG1 being prepared for their next mission.



The mount shown is for presentation purposes only. The drawing is currently unmounted and will be prepared to the buyer’s specification using signatures and memorabilia supplied by either the buyer or Eyebrook Gallery.

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Winter Respite by Stephen Brown

 

Winter Respite - Hurricane

Heavy snow has grounded this Hawker Hurricane, giving the pilots a very welcome respite from combat.

Presented triple mounted and framed with replica RAF wings and the original signatures of the following distinguished veteran Hurricane pilots:

Group Captain Sir Douglas Bader CBE DSO* DFC*
Group Captain Peter Townsend CVO DSO, DFC
Group Captain Dennis David CBE DFC AFC
Squadron Leader Laurence Thorogood DFC AE
Group Captain Billy Drake DSO DFC*
Wing Commander Roland Beamont CBE DSO DFC DL
Air Vice Marshal Harold Arthur Cooper Bird-Wilson CBE DSO DFC* AFC*
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Limping Home by Stephen Brown

 

Limping Home

Over the countryside of Lincolnshire, a lone Lancaster limps its way home after an arduous night mission.

Presented triple mounted and framed with replica RAF wings and the original signatures of the following distinguished veteran Lancaster pilots:

Wing Commander Charles C Jock Calder DSO* DFC
Flight Lieutenant N R Nicky Ross DSO DFC AE
Squadron Leader J R Cassels DFC*
Flight Lieutenant John Frederick Wickins DFC
Flight Lieutenant Dennis Woolley DFC DFM
Flight Lieutenant Bob Knights DSO DFC
Group Captain Hamish Mahaddie DSO DFC
Warrant Officer Norman Jackson VC

 

 

 

An Early Winter Morning by Stephen Brown

 

An Early Winter Morning

Snow covers a Lincolnshire field where ground crew of Bomber Command are preparing a Lancaster for another mission over occupied Europe.

Presented triple mounted and framed with replica RAF wings and the original signatures of the following distinguished veteran Lancaster pilots:

Norman Cyril Jackson VC
William 'Bill' Reid VC

 

 

 

Typhoon Over the Rhine by Stephen Brown

 

Typhoon Over the Rhine

A Hawker Typhoon Mk 1B of 247 Squadron searching for targets of opportunity over the Rhine valley in late 1944.

Presented triple mounted and framed with replica RAF wings and the original signature of the most famous Typhoon pilot:

 Wing Commander Roland 'Bee' Beamont
CBE DSO* DFC* DL

 

 

 

Lysander by Moonlight by Stephen Brown

 

Lysander by Moonlight

A Westland Lysander en route to a rendezvous with members of the French Resistance.

Presented triple mounted and framed with replica RAF wings and the original signatures of:

Virginia McKenna OBE - actress who played the role of SOE agent Violette Reine Elizabeth Szabo in the 1958 film Carve Her Name with Pride. Violette Szabo was posthumously awarded the George Cross for her bravery.

Air Chief Marshal Sir Lewis Macdonald Hodges KCB CBE DSO* DFC* DL - SOE Lysander pilot who after the war achieved high command in the RAF and NATO.
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Dawn of a Legend by Stephen Brown

 

Dawn of a Legend

The Me109 ‘Black Tulip’ of Erich Hartmann bringing down a Russian fighter over the Eastern Front.

Presented triple mounted with a replica Luftwaffe eagle and the original signatures of the following legendary pilots, having an incredible total of 1223 victories between them:
Walter Krupinski
Franz-Walter Woidich
Peter Düttmann
Günther Rall
Erich Hartmann
Walter Wolfrum.

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Quiet Reflection- SE5a by Stephen Brown

 

Quiet Reflection - S.E.5a

Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a fighter over a field of poppies.



Presented triple mounted and framed with replica Royal Flying Corps wings and the very rare original signature of:

Air Commodore Philip Fletcher Fullard CBE DSO MC* AFC - First World War fighter Ace with 40 victories.

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In Flanders Field by Stephen Brown

 

In Flanders Field

Royal Flying Corps Bristol F.2b Fighter over a field of poppies.



Presented triple mounted.
 

 

 

 

Me109 in the Snow by Stephen Brown

 

Gunther Rall’s Me109 in the Snow

Pilots and ground crew gather around the Me109G-2 ‘Black 13’ of Staffelkapitan Gunther Rall  8./JG52 at an airfield on the Eastern Front, winter 1942.

Presented triple mounted and framed with a replica Luftwaffe eagle and the original signatures of the following JG52 pilots:
Guther Rall
Walter Wolfrum
Franz Woidich
Werner Hohenberg.
 

 

 

 

Me109 of Gerhard Barkhorn by Stephen Brown

 

Me109 of Gerhard Barkhorn

The Messerschmitt Me109G-6 ‘Christl’ of Hauptmann Gerhard, II.JG52, on the Eastern Front 1943.

With 301 victories, Gerhard Barkhorn was the second most successful fighter ace of all time after fellow JG52 pilot Erich Hartmann.


This drawing has been matted with a very rare original ink signature of Gerhard Barkhorn and a replica miniature knights cross and wings.

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They Landed by Moonlight by Stephen Brown

 

They Landed by Moonlight

A Westland Lysander about to land in a remote field deep inside occupied France. The passengers in the Lysander are Secret Operation Executive agents about to meet with armed members of the French Resistance below.

Presented triple mounted and framed with replica RAF wings and the original signature and photo of a female SOE agent, the actress that played her in the film of her exploits and a Lysander pilot who flew the most SOE night flights than any other RAF pilot.
Odette Sansom Hallowes GC, MBE - French-born Special Ops agent, she was awarded the George Cross in 1946.

Dame Anna Neagle - played Odette Hallowes in the 1950 British film ‘Odette’.
Group Captain Hugh Verity DSO* DFC - flew over 30 SOE clandestine missions.
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Spifire in the Snow by Stephen Brown

 

Spitfire in the Snow

Spitfire Mk IX of 308 Squadron (Polish) of the 2nd Tactical Air Force on a temporary airfield in the Ardennes in early 1945.

Presented triple mounted and framed with replica RAF wings and the original signatures of the following distinguished veteran Spitfire pilots.
Air Commodore Peter Malam 'Pete' Brothers, CBE, DSO, DFC*
Air Vice Marshal Johnnie Johnson CB, CBE, DSO**, DFC*
Squadron Leader Tadeusz Andersz DFC, VM, Polish Cross of Valor,
Flight Lieutenant Adam Ostrowski,
Flight Lieutenant Marjan. Sawicki DFC,
Flight Sergeant Stefan Ryll and Flight Lieutenant Bob Nawarski DFC.
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Tigers on the Move by Stephen Brown

 

Tigers on the Move

Tigers of SS Panzer Battalion 101 moving to intercept Allied forces June 1944.

Presented triple mounted and framed with Panzer insignia and the signatures of the following Panzer Aces.

Otto Carius - credited with destroying more than 150 tanks. He was a recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves.


Siegfried Freyer - (signed photo) WWII German Knights Cross holder.

 

 

 

TSR2 by Stephen Brown

 

TSR.2

BAC TSR.2 prototype XR219.

Presented triple mounted and framed with period photographs and the original signatures of two legendary test pilots that flew the TSR.2.

Wing Commander Roland Beamont CBE, DSO* DFC*.

Wing Commander Jimmy Dell OBE.
 

Spitfire of 609 Sqn by Stephen Brown

 

Spitfire of 609 Squadron

Spitfire ground scene with pilots.

Presented triple mounted and framed with replica RAF wings and the original signatures of the following Battle of Britain veterans.

Squadron Leader Cyril ‘Bam’ Bamberger DFC* - 41, 93, 185, 243, 261 and 610 Squadrons.
Air Commodore Peter Brothers DFC* CBE - 32, 257, 457 and 602 Squadrons.
Group Captain Desmond Sheen DFC*- 72 Squadron.
Wing Commander Paddy Barthropp DFC AFC - 602, 610 and 613 Squadrons.
Air Marshall Sir DENIS Crowley-Milling KCB CBE DSO DFC AE - 242 and 610 Squadrons.
 

 

 

 

Spitfire 41 Sqn Landing by Stephen Brown

 

Spitfire of 41 Squadron Landing

Presented triple mounted and framed with replica RAF wings and the original signatures of the following Battle of Britain veterans.

Squadron Leader Robert Beardsley DFC.
Squadron Leader Ben Bennions DFC.
Squadron Leader Cyril Bam Bamberger DFC*.
Squadron Leader Maurice P Brown.
Pilot Officer Norman Brown.
Air Commodore Sir Archie Winskill KCVO, CBE, DFC, AE.
Wing Commander Harbourne Stephen CBE DSO DFC.
Wing Commander Paddy Barthropp DFC AFC.
Air Vice Marshal Johnnie Johnson CB CBE DSO** DFC*.
 

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JV44 Ground Scene by Stephen Brown

 

Me262 of JV44 Ground Scene

Me262A-1a of JV44 being worked on by ground crew at dispersal at Munich-Riem airfield as the war draws to close in 1945. The aircraft is 'White 5' flown by Unteroffizier Eduard Schallmoser and at other times by various pilots from JV44.

Presented triple mounted and framed with a replica Luftwaffe eagle and the original signatures of the following legendary JV44 pilots.

Generalleutnant Adolf Galland - JG26, JV44, JG2 and JG27- 104 Victories/Knight’s Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords, and Diamonds.
Generalleutnant Walter Krupinski - JG52, JG11, JG26 and JV44 - 197 Victories/Knight’s Cross with Oak leaves. One of the first to fly a Me262.
 

 

 

 

Me109 of Adolf Galland by Stephen Brown

 

Lone Eagle

A study of General Adolf Galland’s Bf109E.

Presented triple mounted and framed with a replica Luftwaffe eagle and the original signatures of the following pilots.

General Adolf Galland-Knights Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds.
General Gunther Rall-Knights Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords.
 

 

 

 

Blenheim I Snow Scene by Stephen Brown 2

 

Blenheim Mk I Snow Scene

A Bristol Blenheim Mk I in the snow being prepared by ground crew.
Presented triple mounted and framed with replica RAF wings and the original signatures of the following Bristol Blenheim aircrew veterans.

Flight Lieutenant Terry Clark DFM
Flight Lieutenant Jack Toombs
Flight Lieutenant Albert Gregory DFC
Flight Lieutenant Ben Bent
Flight Lieutenant Alan Burdekin
Flight Lieutenant John Keatings
Flight Lieutenant Robert Haylock
Squadron Leader Arthur Piper
Squadron Leader Ken Lusty.
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Fw190 Ground Scene by Stephen Brown

 

JG300 in the Woods

Fw190s of JG 300 being worked on under cover of woodland on the perimeter of Lobnitz airfield early in 1945. The main aircraft is the Fw190A-8/R2 'White 6' of Leutnant Gustav Salffner, Staffelkapitan of 7.(Sturm) JG 300.

Presented triple mounted and framed with a replica Luftwaffe eagle and the original signatures of the following distinguished Luftwaffe pilots who flew FW190s during the Second World War.

Oberst Hajo Hermann - Knights Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords. Commander of JG300 in 1943.
Generalleutnant Hannes Trautloft.
Generalleutnant Walter Krupinski - Knights Cross with Oak Leaves.
Oberfeldwebel Werner Hohenberg - Iron Cross.

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Through the Valley - Me262s by Stephen Brown

 

Through the Valley - Me262s of JV44

Me262 jet fighters of JV44, the famous 'Squadron of Experts' head for home after clashing with USAAF bombers and escorting fighters over southern Germany.

Presented triple mounted and framed with a replica Luftwaffe eagle and the original signatures of the following pilots who flew the Me262 in combat.

Generalleutnant Adolf Galland - JG26, JV44, JG2 and JG27- 104 Victories/Knight’s Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords, and Diamonds.
Generalleutnant Walter Krupinski - JG52, JG11, JG26 and JV44 - 197 Victories/Knight’s Cross with Oak leaves. One of the first to fly a Me262.
Oberleutnant Walter Schuck-JG3, JG5 and JG7-206 Victories/Knight’s Cross with Oak Leaves.
Hauptmann Ernst Wilhelm Reinert-JG77, JG27 and JG7-174 Victories/Knight’s Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords.

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Spitfies of 41 Sqn Ground Scene by Stephen Brown

 

Spitfires of 41 Squadron

Spitfires from 41 Squadron during the Battle of Britain being prepared for combat. Ground crew and pilots discuss and prepare for what will be an eventful day ahead.

Presented triple mounted and framed with replica RAF wings and the original signatures of the following Spitfire pilots who all saw action during the Battle of Britain and all served with 41 Squadron.

Squadron Leader Robert Beardsley DFC.
Squadron Leader Ben Bennions DFC.
Squadron Leader Cyril Bam Bamberger DFC*.
Squadron Leader Maurice P Brown.
Pilot Officer Norman Brown.
Wing Commander Harbourne Stephen CBE DSO DFC.
Wing Commander Paddy Barthropp DFC AFC.
 

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