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"Come Up and Fight" Original Painting by Gareth Hector

  • Now is your chance to own a one-of-a-kind masterpiece by renowned artist Gareth Hector, depicting Pappy Boyington and his Black Sheep pilots in action over Bougainville island during October 1943.

    The detail is magnificent from Pappy in the cockpit of his F4U Corsair to the gradient of the tropical water below. It's easy to see how this painting took Gareth more than a year to create!

    This original oil painting on canvas is sized at 40" x 20", and is sold unframed. A no-interest payment plan is available upon request.

    This is the only Gareth Hector painting that we have available for sale so don't wait to purchase this ultimate collectible!

  • Born in 1973, Gareth found an early passion for painting and military history while growing up in Scotland.

    He would go on to a successful career in the world of computer animation and digital painting, working on projects such as Medal of Honor, Doctor Who, and Halo.

    In the aviation art field, Gareth's work most frequently appeared on the cover of Osprey publishing's aircraft books and on aviation magazines spanning Aviation History to Aeroplane.

    In 2010, Gareth dusted off his oil paints and returned to his love of traditional painting after a 15 year hiatus.

    Since his rebirth as an oil painter, his original paintings have found their way into the collections of the CIA, RAF and Marine fighter squadrons, and in private homes across the globe.

    THE rising star in the world of military artwork, we're proud to bring "Outrun the Eagles" to you now and look forward to bringing you more stunning works by Gareth in the coming future!

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