Robert Taylor, Volume 4

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David & Charles Publishers, Sep 1, 2003 - Art - 128 pages
This volume features 31 colour reproductions of some of Robert Taylor's most popular works, supported throughout with a wealth of colour details and pencil sketches. His introduction illuminates his painting career and the book also includes essays by veteran piots of the World Wars.

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About the author (2003)

Charles H. Walker remained in the Army Reserve after serving in World War II. He spent ten exciting years as a bush pilot in Ontario, Canada, before returning to the United States and serving for twelve years as a county commissioner. Now retired, Walker concentrates on writing historically accurate stories about the military and pioneering. He lives in Pembina, North Dakota.

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Robert Taylor, a U.S. Army captain from 1963 to 1967, served in Vietnam and received a Bronze Star. Author of "The Innocent, "he has been a journalist and editor of several magazines. Born and raised in Texas, he lives in Blue Hill, Maine.

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