P-47 Thunderbolts of the 78th Fighter Group attack a German aerodrome late in 1944.
When we review these paintings for lighting, composition, authenticity, depth perception, perspective and story, we find that Bailey has superbly accomplished each of these criteria. This says much about the talent of this artist and his works. Bailey’s paintings depict specific battle scenes that show both the glory and horror of war. All his paintings tell poignant stories, told honestly and in a bold, dramatic way. Those who have personally experienced the trauma of war have forever etched in their memories certain scenes: bittersweet goodbyes, narrow escapes, adrenalin-filled moments and moments of peace, love and bravery in the face of terror. It’s those events that Bailey’s paintings bring to us, and, for some, it’s a very healing process. — Larry W. Bledsoe, Private Pilot Magazine
P-47, FW 190
Overall Print Size:
24" x 34"
300 Signed and Numbered Limited Edition Prints
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