Wild Horses by Gerald Coulson – Framed


357th Fighter Group aces Chuck Yeager and Bud Anderson guide their P-51 Mustangs, Glamorous Glen III and Old Crow through the Swiss Alps, on January 14th 1945. Flying as wing men on an uneventful bomber escort – the last mission of their second tour – the two left formation and took off for some aerial sight seeing.
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Framed Collectors Piece $825.00 Framed including the signatures of Five 357th Mustang Aces
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It was their final mission and intelligence had told Chuck Yeager and Bud Anderson that their bomber escort mission would be uneventful, with no resistance expected from the Luftwaffe, so the two left formation and took off for some aerial sightseeing. Having flown over a thousand miles, they returned low level to their base at Leiston only to discover that the 357th had just returned from its most successful combat of the war, having shot down 55 enemy aircraft. It was a record for one day’s action in the Eighth Air Force and the two legendary Aces had missed it all!

In this majestic painting combining his love of landscape with aviation, Gerald Coulson depicts one of the most remarkable escapades of the war.


The print is personally signed by the artist and one of the great Aces depicted:

Colonel CLARENCE E. “BUD” ANDERSON 16¼ victories

This copy has been conservation framed in our studio to include the original autographs of four more 357th Fighter Group Aces:

Captain WILLIAM “OBEE” O’BRIEN – 5½  victories
Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT SCHIMANSKI6 victories
Major RICHARD “BUD” PETERSON15½ victories
Major LEONARD “KIT” CARSON – 18½ victories

Published in 2004, this stunning limited edition records one of the most remarkable escapades of WWII and has been sold out since its release. The remarkable signatures in this stunning collectors piece make it perfect for WWII enthusiasts and autograph collectors alike.

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