Veterans at Luxembourg American Cemetery
Veterans at Luxembourg American Cemetery
Band of Brothers paratroopers art print
Band of Brothers paratroopers art print
Band of Brothers veterans today
Ghosts of their fallen paratroopers
Don Malarkey in Band of Brothers
Paratrooper Don Malarkey
Paratrooper Earl McClung
Earl McClung in Band of Brothers
Paratrooper Brad Freeman
Paratrooper Duke Boswell
83rd Infantry veteran Bob Keck
4th Infantry Division vet Jack Blickenderfer

In the Company of Heroes by Matt Hall

  • On a cold December day, veterans of the Battle of the Bulge reunite at the American cemetery in Luxembourg. Here, guarded by tall pines, rest the mortal remains of some 5,000 American boys who died fighting to liberate Europe.

    As the veterans reflect amidst the gently falling snow, their welling emotions confirm their often-stated belief: "The real heroes never came home." Here, they feel a presence, a warmth amidst the cold. Something tells them they are not alone and this silent reunion is not the last.

    Want to know "who" signed which print edition? Click the EDITIONS tab above. 

    Shipping added in checkout // print size: 31" x 19" // ships rolled in a tube

  • PUBLISHER PROOF - Resale, in mint condition!
    Sold out a decade ago, this hard-to-find Publisher Proof print is from an edition of 160 limited-edition prints, signed by artist Matt Hall and 17 Battle of the Bulge veterans: Band of Brothers heroes shown in the image - Bill Guarnere, Don Malarkey, Babe Heffron and Earl McClung. Band of Brothers paratroopers Brad Freeman & Ed Mauser. Malmedy survivors Ted Paluch & Steve Domitrovich. 82nd paratroopers Duke Boswell, Gordon Cullings and Bill Leonard. Tanker Don Devore. Riflemen Jack Blickenderfer, Nick Gianopoulos, Bob Keck and George Schneider. Gen. Patton's dispatch driver Dale Blevins. Includes a .30 caliber casing recovered in the Ardennes, 101st & 506th patches, two photos, and a Certificate of Authenticity with "History Behind the Art."


    500 limited-edition prints, signed by Matt Hall and 4 Band of Brothers paratroopers: Don Malarkey (photo card) and Babe Heffron (photo card), both depicted in the scene. Signing on the print are Brad Freeman and Al Mampre. Includes a .30 caliber shell casing recovered from the Ardennes, a 101st pin, replica jump wings and a COA with "History Behind the Art."

    Unsigned, non-limited edition. Includes COA with "History Behind the Art."

    360 limited-edition prints

    160 limited-edition prints

    A Valor Studios giclee edition may be released. A Signer Proof edition exists, not-for-sale. 

  • "In the Company of Heroes" is hand-signed by a collection of WWII heroes! Signers vary print by print. Please click "editions" to see which veterans signed which prints.

    Dale Blevins - Driver & Runner for Patton!

    Jack Blickenderfer - Rifleman, 4th Infantry Division

    "Duke" Boswell - 505th PIR, 82nd Abn., Sicily, Italy, D-Day, Holland, Bulge

    Gordon Cullings - 508th PIR, 82nd Abn. Medal of Honor nominee

    Don Devore - M24 Chaffee tank driver, Cavalry Recon

    Steve Domitrovich - Malmedy Survivor

    Bradford Freeman - E-Company, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne

    Bill Gast - Sherman tank driver, Silver Star recipient, 743rd Tank Bn.

    Nicholas Gianopoulos - Rifleman, 99th Infantry Division

    "Wild Bill" Guarnere - E-Company, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne

    Babe Heffron - E-Company, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne

    Bob Keck - Rifleman, 83rd Infantry Division

    Bill Leonard - 504th PIR, 82nd Abn., Sicily, Italy, Holland, Bulge

    Don Malarkey - E-Company, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne

    Glenn Magner - Radio man, 95th ID, wounded near Bastogne

    Earl McClung - E-Company, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne

    Al Mampre - E-Company, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne

    Ted Paluch - Malmedy Survivor

    Ed Tipper - E-Company, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne

    George Schneider - Scout/Rifleman, 30th Infantry Div.

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