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      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (AMERICAN, b. 1945).
        Apr. 07, 2024

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (AMERICAN, b. 1945).

        Est: $600 - $900

        'TWA Lockheed L-1049 Super Constellation'. Oil on board. Signed and dated '1991' lower right. Verso: Greenwich Workshop Gallery, Fairfield, CT label. Property from a Bronx, NY estate. Dimensions: 16.25" h x 50" w. Frame: 19.25" h x 53" w.

        Clarke Auction Gallery
      • William S. Phillips "If Only in My Dreams"
        Nov. 17, 2023

        William S. Phillips "If Only in My Dreams"

        Est: $25 - $50

        "If Only in My Dreams" print William S. Phillips with COA on reverse. World War 2 era Christmas time homestead #884/1000. Framed and matted to approx 23" x 38.5",

        Keystone Auctions LLC
      • Print, William Phillips
        Sep. 18, 2023

        Print, William Phillips

        Est: $50 - $100

        William Phillips (American, b. 1945), "And the Light Shall Prevail," reproduction print of painting, pencil signed lower right, edition 228/950, overall (with frame): 30"h x 39"w. Phillips is known for hyperrealistic renderings of landscapes and airplanes.

        Clars Auctions
      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (AMERICAN, B. 1945)
        Jul. 12, 2023

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (AMERICAN, B. 1945)

        Est: $80 - $120

        William S. Phillips (American, b. 1945) I Could Never Be So Lucky Again, Lithograph, Signed and numbered AP 155/200, in pencil lower right. Autographed by Lieutenant Colonel James H. "Jimmy" Doolittle. Framed dimensions: H: 25 1/2 x W: 27 1/2 in. H: 19 W: 21 1/4 in. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Condition requests can be obtained via email or by telephone . Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Gray's Auctioneers shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

        Gray's Auctioneers
      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (AMERICAN, B. 1945)
        Jul. 12, 2023

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (AMERICAN, B. 1945)

        Est: $80 - $120

        William S. Phillips (American, b. 1945) Return of the Red Gremlin, Lithograph, Signed and numbered 176/1000 lower right. Autographed by the six members of the Red Gremlin crew. Framed dimensions: H: 26 1/2 x W: 30 1/2 in H: 20 W: 24 in. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Condition requests can be obtained via email or by telephone . Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Gray's Auctioneers shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

        Gray's Auctioneers
      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (AMERICAN, B. 1945)
        Jul. 12, 2023

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (AMERICAN, B. 1945)

        Est: $80 - $120

        William S. Phillips (American, b. 1945) Chasing the Daylight, Lithograph, Signed and numbered 42/850 in pencil lower left, signed in print lower right. Framed dimensions: H: 24 1/2 x W: 41 1/2 in. H: 16 1/4 W: 33 1/2 in. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Condition requests can be obtained via email or by telephone . Any condition statement given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Gray's Auctioneers shall have no responsibility for any error or omission.

        Gray's Auctioneers
      • William S Phillips Dawn the World Forever Changed Limited Edition Signed Print
        Jun. 03, 2023

        William S Phillips Dawn the World Forever Changed Limited Edition Signed Print

        Est: $100 - $200

        With COA, includes signatures from Paul Tibbets, Thomas W Ferebee, Richard Nelson, and moreZ also includes artists signature. frame measures 21 1/2 x 27 1/2 inches

        Matthew Bullock Auctioneers
      • William S. Phillips (1945) Sunday Drivers
        Feb. 18, 2023

        William S. Phillips (1945) Sunday Drivers

        Est: $4,000 - $6,000

        William S. Phillips (1945) Sunday Drivers, 2009 oil on canvas 15 x 30 inches 23 x 38 x 3 1/4 inches (frame) signed and dated lower right: © 2009 William S. Phillips

        Jackson Hole Art Auction
      • William S. Phillips (1945-), Old Hat
        Feb. 18, 2023

        William S. Phillips (1945-), Old Hat

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        William S. Phillips (1945-) Old Hat, 1991 oil on board 8 x 13 inches 12 1/4 x 17 1/4 x 1 3/4 inches (frame) dated and signed lower right: © 1991 William S Phillips

        Jackson Hole Art Auction
      • William S. Phillips (1945-), Ahead of the Storm
        Feb. 18, 2023

        William S. Phillips (1945-), Ahead of the Storm

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        William S. Phillips (1945-) Ahead of the Storm, 2012 oil on board 9 x 12 inches 14 x 17 x 1 1/2 inches (frame) dated and signed lower right: © 2012 William S Phillips (artist cipher)

        Jackson Hole Art Auction
      • William S. Phillips (1945-), Afternoon Mail
        Feb. 18, 2023

        William S. Phillips (1945-), Afternoon Mail

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        William S. Phillips (1945-) Afternoon Mail, 2011 oil on canvas 12 x 9 inches 17 x 14 x 1 1/2 inches (frame) dated and signed lower left: © 2011 William S Phillips

        Jackson Hole Art Auction
      • William S. Phillips (1945-), Scouting the Airmail Route
        Feb. 18, 2023

        William S. Phillips (1945-), Scouting the Airmail Route

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        William S. Phillips (1945-) Scouting the Airmail Route, 2011 oil on board 9 x 9 inches 14 1/4 x 14 1/4 x 1 1/4 inches (frame) dated and signed lower right: © 2011 William S Phillips

        Jackson Hole Art Auction
      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS "GIANT BEGINS TO STIR" LTD. ED. PRINT
        Jan. 29, 2023

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS "GIANT BEGINS TO STIR" LTD. ED. PRINT

        Est: -

        William S. Phillips (Born 1945) "Giant Begins to Stir" Limited Edition Print. On the 18th of April, 1942 - 167th anniversary of Paul Revere's ride - Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle's B-25 leads the way to Tokyo for a bombing raid to show the world that the United States was still alive and kicking four months after Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. The 16 B-25 Mitchells, army medium bombers, have left the carrier "Hornet" and take individual courses for Japan at 200 feet above the waves. And now Doolittle sights the enemy shoreline and veers past coastal vessels so he can hit Tokyo from its less protected northern side. It seems a mad scheme - army bombers taking off from a navy carrier just to drop a trifling 16 tons on a factory district. But the raid boosted American morale in those dark days. Countersigners: Gen. James Doolittle, Col. Travis Hoover, Capt. Charles J. Ozuk, Gen. Everett W. Holstrom, Gen. David M. Jones, Lt. Col. Chase J. Nielsen, Lt. Charles L. McClure, Col. Edward J. York, Maj. Thomas C. Griffin, Lt. J. Royden Stork, Col. Frank A. Kappeler, Col. William M. Bower, Gen. Richard A. Knobloch, Col. Jack A. Sims, Maj. Griffith P. Williams, Col. Robert L. Hite. Artist: William S. Phillips Title: "Giant Begins to Stir" Medium: Ltd. Ed. Print Signature Type: Pencil Signature Edition: 841/1250 Keywords: Aviation, military, memorabilia; Ref: BD1043

        Bradford's
      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS "GIANT BEGINS TO STIR" LTD. ED. PRINT
        Jan. 29, 2023

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS "GIANT BEGINS TO STIR" LTD. ED. PRINT

        Est: -

        William S. Phillips (Born 1945) "Giant Begins to Stir" Limited Edition Print. On the 18th of April, 1942 - 167th anniversary of Paul Revere's ride - Lt. Col. Jimmy Doolittle's B-25 leads the way to Tokyo for a bombing raid to show the world that the United States was still alive and kicking four months after Japan's attack on Pearl Harbor. The 16 B-25 Mitchells, army medium bombers, have left the carrier "Hornet" and take individual courses for Japan at 200 feet above the waves. And now Doolittle sights the enemy shoreline and veers past coastal vessels so he can hit Tokyo from its less protected northern side. It seems a mad scheme - army bombers taking off from a navy carrier just to drop a trifling 16 tons on a factory district. But the raid boosted American morale in those dark days. Countersigners: Gen. James Doolittle, Col. Travis Hoover, Capt. Charles J. Ozuk, Gen. Everett W. Holstrom, Gen. David M. Jones, Lt. Col. Chase J. Nielsen, Lt. Charles L. McClure, Col. Edward J. York, Maj. Thomas C. Griffin, Lt. J. Royden Stork, Col. Frank A. Kappeler, Col. William M. Bower, Gen. Richard A. Knobloch, Col. Jack A. Sims, Maj. Griffith P. Williams, Col. Robert L. Hite. Artist: William S. Phillips Title: "Giant Begins to Stir" Medium: Ltd. Ed. Print Signature Type: Pencil Signature Edition: 842/1250 Keywords: Aviation, military, memorabilia; Ref: BD1043

        Bradford's
      • "Evasive Action Over Sagami Bay" William Phillips
        Nov. 12, 2022

        "Evasive Action Over Sagami Bay" William Phillips

        Est: $1,500 - $3,000

        Featured in this lot is a Limited Edition Rare Signed Giclee on Canvas of, "Evasion Over Sagami Bay", by renowned aviation and landscape artist William S. Phillips, #25/100. Shortly after bombing the Tokyo Gas and Electric Company, Pilot Lt. Harold F. Watson banks the B-25 Whirling Dervish steeply to avoid a Japanese cruiser that lay directly on the aircraft’s escape route to China. It was the ninth of sixteen aircraft to leave the carrier USS Hornet on the audacious April 18, 1942 Doolittle Raid on Japan. That United States Army Air Forces bombers could launch from a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier was inconceivable at the time. President Roosevelt claimed the aircraft came from a secret airbase in the mythical Shangri-La. American bombers striking the Japanese homeland and passing within sight of Mount Fuji, the most sacred mountain in all Japan, delivered a succinct message to the warring Axis nation: America, the Sleeping Giant, had begun to stir. "Evasive Action Over Sagami Bay" is an authentic historical document, countered-signed by American heroes that participated in the Doolittle Raid, Gen. David Jones, Col. William Bower, Col. Richard E. Cole, Maj. Thomas C. Griffin, and MSgt Edwin Horton. This is a unique opportunity to own and preserve an important moment in aviation and U.S. military history. After one of his paintings was presented to King Hussein of Jordan, Phillips was commissioned by the Royal Jordanian Air Force. He developed sixteen major paintings, many of which now hang in the Royal Jordanian Air Force Museum in Amman. The Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum presented a one-man show of Phillips’ work in 1986. He is one of only a few artists to have been so honored. In 1988, Phillips was chosen to be a U.S. Navy combat artist. For his outstanding work, the artist was awarded the Navy’s Meritorious Public Service Award and the Air Force Sergeants Association’s Americanism Medal. At the prestigious annual fund raiser for the National Park Service, Bill’s work has been included in the Top 100 each year he has entered the competition and his work has won the Art History Award twice. Phillips was selected as the Fall 2004 Artist in Residence at the North Rim of the Grand Canyon and tapped by the U.S. Postal Service to paint the stamp illustrations and header design for a pane of twenty stamps in 1997 entitled Classic American Aircraft. He was chosen again in 2005 for a pane of twenty stamps (ten designs) entitled American Advances in Aviation. Bill’s major collection of aviation art, Into the Sunlit Splendor, was published by The Greenwich Workshop Press in 2005. This giclee on canvas is in excellent condition, no marring noted. Provenance from the Greenwich Workshop is included. Measures 30"W x 33.75"L

        North American Auction Company
      • William Phillips (1945- ), Sunday Drivers
        Sep. 16, 2022

        William Phillips (1945- ), Sunday Drivers

        Est: $6,000 - $9,000

        William Phillips (1945- ), Oil on canvas, 15 x 30, signed lower right: © 2009 William S. Phillips

        Jackson Hole Art Auction
      • PHANTOM THUNDER WILLIAM S PHILLIPS 8/75 LIMITED
        Aug. 10, 2022

        PHANTOM THUNDER WILLIAM S PHILLIPS 8/75 LIMITED

        Est: $150 - $300

        William S. Phillips born in California in 1945 was a member of the Air Force Art Program. An Air Force veteran serving tours of duty including an assignment at Tan Son Nhut, Vietnam. He is well known for his aviation art work. This "Phantom Thunder" work is a limited edition canvas signed to the lower right and numbered 8/75. The included CoA shares information on the piece, "Flying through storm-tossed skies, Phantoms of VF-96, the Flying Falcons, return from a strike over North Vietnam. Aircraft #5800, ShowTime 100, was the ‘CAG bird’ flown by LT. Randy Cunningham and LT(JG) Willie Driscoll when, on May 10th, 1972, they downed three MiG-17s, added to their previous two, they became America’s first Vietnam aces." Artwork is professionally framed. 46 X 13 1/2 inches. Very good condition.

        Affiliated Auctions & Realty LLC
      • PHANTOM THUNDER WILLIAM S PHILLIPS 8/75 LIMITED
        Jun. 01, 2022

        PHANTOM THUNDER WILLIAM S PHILLIPS 8/75 LIMITED

        Est: $150 - $300

        William S. Phillips born in California in 1945 was a member of the Air Force Art Program. An Air Force veteran serving tours of duty including an assignment at Tan Son Nhut, Vietnam. He is well known for his aviation art work. This "Phantom Thunder" work is a limited edition canvas signed to the lower right and numbered 8/75. The included CoA shares information on the piece, "Flying through storm-tossed skies, Phantoms of VF-96, the Flying Falcons, return from a strike over North Vietnam. Aircraft #5800, ShowTime 100, was the ‘CAG bird’ flown by LT. Randy Cunningham and LT(JG) Willie Driscoll when, on May 10th, 1972, they downed three MiG-17s, added to their previous two, they became America’s first Vietnam aces." Artwork is professionally framed. 46 X 13 1/2 inches. Very good condition.

        Affiliated Auctions & Realty LLC
      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS "A PRAYER FOR MY BROTHER" SIGNED LITHOGRAPH
        Mar. 13, 2022

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS "A PRAYER FOR MY BROTHER" SIGNED LITHOGRAPH

        Est: -

        William S. Phillips (Born 1945) "A Prayer for My Brother" Lithograph. William S. Phillips was chosen to be a U.S. Navy combat artist in 1988. He has since been honored with the Navy's Meritorious Public Service Award and the Air Force Sergeants Association's Americanism Medal. In all of Phillips' paintings, whether aviation, nostalgia, seascapes, lighthouses or grand landscapes, the emphasis is always on dramatic lighting and composition. This is most apparent when viewing his paintings of the grand landscape. Phillips has always enjoyed capturing an emotion in his work. No matter which subject he is painting, the viewer will become part of the moment that is being captured on canvas. Artist: William S. Phillips Title: "A Prayer for My Brother" Medium: Lithograph Circa/Year: 2002 Signature Type: Pencil Signature Location: Lower Right Site Measurement: 16x12 in. Keywords: Realism, firefighter; Ref: BD1375

        Bradford's
      • (JOSEPH FOSS) 'WHEN YOU SEE ZEROS, FIGHT EM'
        Dec. 07, 2021

        (JOSEPH FOSS) 'WHEN YOU SEE ZEROS, FIGHT EM'

        Est: $300 - $400

        (JOSEPH FOSS) 'WHEN YOU SEE ZEROS, FIGHT EM' JOSEPH FOSS (1915 -2003) Leading Marine Corps fighter ace in World War II, Medal of Honor recipient for his actions in the Guadalcanal Campaign. Later Governor of South Dakota, President of the NRA, Commissioner of the American Football League, and a TV broadcaster. A very fine limited edition print by famed American artist WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS, no. 19/500, titled 'When you see zeros, Fight em', 24 x 18 in. (sight), depicting a scene of a dogfight with the caption 'Captain Joseph J. Foss rescues a fellow wildcat pilot by shooting down his eight Japanese Zero over Guadalcanal on October 23, 1943.' Signed by Foss and the artist at the bottom. Matted and framed.

        Alexander Historical Auctions LLC
      • William S. Phillips (American, b. 1945) A Little Side Trip, 2007 Oil on Masonite
        Apr. 08, 2021

        William S. Phillips (American, b. 1945) A Little Side Trip, 2007 Oil on Masonite

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        William S. Phillips (American, b. 1945) A Little Side Trip, 2007 Oil on Masonite laid on board 12 x 9 inches (30.5 x 22.9 cm) Signed and dated lower right: 2007 William S. Phillips HID01801242017

        Heritage Auctions
      • William S. Phillips (American, born 1945) Untitled [Gulfstream aircraft flying over mountains], 1993acrylic on canvas 24 × 30in (61 x 76.2cm)
        Jan. 26, 2021

        William S. Phillips (American, born 1945) Untitled [Gulfstream aircraft flying over mountains], 1993acrylic on canvas 24 × 30in (61 x 76.2cm)

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        William S. Phillips (American, born 1945) Untitled [Gulfstream aircraft flying over mountains], 1993 acrylic on canvas 24 × 30in (61 x 76.2cm) For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

        Bonhams
      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS ORIGINAL AVIATION OIL PAINTING
        Oct. 18, 2020

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS ORIGINAL AVIATION OIL PAINTING

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        (Oregon 1945 - ) Entitled 'Splitting a Pair.' This is an ORIGINAL oil on canvas NOT a print, lithograph or giclee! Featuring a P-38 Lightning chasing down 2 German planes during WWII . Signed (c) 'William S. Phillips ASAA' LL. SIZE: 18 x 24" overall 23 x 29. Housed in aluminum frame with fabric liner. CONDITION: Appears excellent, not examined out of frame. The painting comes with Greenwich Workshop, Carmel CA 1990 appraisal if requested. SHIPPING: Oversize pick up or arrange own or UPS pack & ship (call Philip for est at 310 217 1214 BIO: Phillips has received National & International recognition in aviation art within a 30 year span. He was brought to the public eye after a presentation of 1 of his paintings to King Hussein of Jordan, he was later commissioned by the Royal Jordanian Air Force. In 1986 he presented a one man show at the Smithsonian institute & in 1988 he was awarded the US Navy Meritorious Award. In 2005 he designed 20 US stamps entitled American Advances in Aviation. This piece is a great example of his exemplary work in an original oil painting which is hard to come by.

        Midnight Sun Antique Auction
      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS ORIGINAL AVIATION OIL PAINTING
        Sep. 20, 2020

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS ORIGINAL AVIATION OIL PAINTING

        Est: $500 - $700

        (Oregon 1945 - ) Entitled 'You can run but you can't Hide'. This is an ORIGINAL oil on board NOT a print, lithograph or giclee! Featuring a navy plane flying above a submarine over open ocean waters. Signed & dated 'William S. Phillips 1993' LL. SIZE: 4 x 15" overall 10 x 20". Housed in gilt grey wood frame with fabric liner. CONDITION: Painting appears excellent, not examined out of frame. NOTE: This painting comes with Greenwich Workshop, Carmel, CA 1993 appraisal if requested. BIO: Phillips has received National & International recognition in aviation art within a 30 year span. He was brought to the public eye after a presentation of 1 of his paintings to King Hussein of Jordan, he was later commissioned by the Royal Jordanian Air Force. In 1986 he presented a one man show at the Smithsonian institute & in 1988 he was awarded the US Navy Meritorious Award. In 2005 he designed 20 US stamps entitled American Advances in Aviation. This piece is a great example of his exemplary work in an original oil painting which is hard to come by.

        Midnight Sun Antique Auction
      • William S Phillips' "Phantom Thunder" Limited Edition Print
        Jul. 14, 2020

        William S Phillips' "Phantom Thunder" Limited Edition Print

        Est: $210 - $280

        William S Phillips' "Phantom Thunder" limited edition print signed and numbered of an edition of 550. This print is in mint condition and has never been framed.

        Oakwood Auctions
      • Two Signed Aviation Lithographs, Phillips & Wooton
        Dec. 08, 2019

        Two Signed Aviation Lithographs, Phillips & Wooton

        Est: $200 - $400

        William S. Phillips (American, born 1945), Frank Wootton (American, 1911-1998), Donald S. Lopez Sr. (American, 1923-2008). "The Battle of Britain", offset lithograph on paper, signed "Frank Wootton" to lower right. "Into The Teeth of The Tiger",offset lithograph on paper, signed to lower right "William S. Phillips, 457/1000" and to lower "Don Lopez". Approx: (Teeth Of The Tiger) 15.25" x 27", (frame) 23" x 35".

        Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
      • William S. Phillips' "Sleigh Ride At Apple Creek" limited edition print
        Sep. 07, 2019

        William S. Phillips' "Sleigh Ride At Apple Creek" limited edition print

        Est: $150 - $175

        William S. Phillips' "Sleigh Ride At Apple Creek" limited edition print signed and numbered 63/550. This print is in mint condition and has never been framed.

        Oakwood Auctions
      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (Oregon, born 1945) oil on can
        Jun. 10, 2019

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (Oregon, born 1945) oil on can

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (Oregon, born 1945) oil on canvas, "Three Fingered Jack, East Side," Oregon landscape with mountain in the background. Signed lower right and dated 1979. Gallery label attached verso from Soaring Wings, Ltd., Salem, Oregon. Image measures 30" x 40". In a wood frame; 36.5" x 46.75" overall.

        O'Gallerie
      • William Phillips b1945 American War Airplane Litho
        May. 29, 2019

        William Phillips b1945 American War Airplane Litho

        Est: $50 - $500

        Signed and numbered limited edition litho print by William S. Phillips (1945- Oregon / California) "Hellfire Corner" Artist pencil signed lower center. Signatures of fighter pilots. Limited edition number 124/1250. Work window measures 22" x 27" Frame measures 31 1/2" x 36 1/2". Good condition with mild toning to paper. Wear and dents to frame. Hill Auction Gallery will not ship. H.A.G., will refer local third party USA domestic and International shippers upon request.

        Hill Auction Gallery
      • William Phillips b1945 American War Airplane Litho
        May. 29, 2019

        William Phillips b1945 American War Airplane Litho

        Est: $50 - $500

        Signed and numbered limited edition litho print by William S. Phillips (1945- Oregon / California) "A Time of Eagles" depicts Oscar Coen of 71 American Eagle Squadron fling a Spitfire for the RAF over England in 1941. Artist pencil signed lower left/ Signed by Oscar H. Coen, Colonel, U.S.A.F. (Ret.) lower right. Limited edition number 577/1250. Work window measures 25 1/4" x 32 1/4". Frame measures 32" x 38 1/2". Good condition with mild toning to paper. Crack to glass, wear and dents to frame. Hill Auction Gallery will not ship. H.A.G., will refer local third party USA domestic and International shippers upon request.

        Hill Auction Gallery
      • William Phillips b1945 American War Airplane Litho
        May. 29, 2019

        William Phillips b1945 American War Airplane Litho

        Est: $50 - $500

        Signed and numbered limited edition litho print by William S. Phillips (1945- Oregon / California) "Into the Teeth of the Tiger" depicts a war plane fight over Hengyang China on December 12, 1943 between an American P-40 piloted by 1st Lt. Don Lopez and a Japanese "Oscar" plane. Artist pencil signed lower right. Signed by Don Lopez with I really know how to "wing 'em!" script lower left. Limited edition number 300/1000. Work window measures 15 1/2" x 27 1/4". Frame measures 22 3/4" x 34 1/2". Good condition with mild toning to paper. Crack to glass, wear and dents to frame. Hill Auction Gallery will not ship. H.A.G., will refer local third party USA domestic and International shippers upon request.

        Hill Auction Gallery
      • William S. Phillips' "Sleigh Ride At Apple Creek" limited edition print
        Mar. 09, 2019

        William S. Phillips' "Sleigh Ride At Apple Creek" limited edition print

        Est: $150 - $175

        William S. Phillips' "Sleigh Ride At Apple Creek" limited edition print signed and numbered 63/550. This print is in mint condition and has never been framed.

        Oakwood Auctions
      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (Oregon, born 1945) oil on can
        Feb. 19, 2018

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (Oregon, born 1945) oil on can

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (Oregon, born 1945) oil on canvas, Native American on horseback with mountains in the distance. Signed lower right and dated 1975. Image measures 20" x 24". In a wood frame; 27.5" x 31.5" overall.

        O'Gallerie
      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (AMERICAN 20TH CENTURY), WWII AVIATION OFFSET LITHOGRAPH, "NEXT TIME GET 'EM ALL"-FLYING TIGERS ATTACK JAPANESE BOMBERS DEC. 20, 1941, ARTIST SIGNED AND (10) ORIGINAL FLYING TIGER PILOTS, #1132/1500 1986. SIGHT 30 1/2 X 21 1/2"; FRAMED AND GLAZED-39 X 30" (COA)
        Dec. 13, 2015

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (AMERICAN 20TH CENTURY), WWII AVIATION OFFSET LITHOGRAPH, "NEXT TIME GET 'EM ALL"-FLYING TIGERS ATTACK JAPANESE BOMBERS DEC. 20, 1941, ARTIST SIGNED AND (10) ORIGINAL FLYING TIGER PILOTS, #1132/1500 1986. SIGHT 30 1/2 X 21 1/2"; FRAMED AND GLAZED-39 X 30" (COA)

        Est: $200 - $300

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS (AMERICAN 20TH CENTURY), WWII AVIATION OFFSET LITHOGRAPH, "NEXT TIME GET 'EM ALL"-FLYING TIGERS ATTACK JAPANESE BOMBERS DEC. 20, 1941, ARTIST SIGNED AND (10) ORIGINAL FLYING TIGER PILOTS, #1132/1500 1986. SIGHT 30 1/2 X 21 1/2"; FRAMED AND GLAZED-39 X 30" (COA)

        William J Jenack Auctioneers
      • Framed print "Hellfire Corner" by William S Phillips showing British and German fighters and bombers in dogfights during the Battle of Britain in the early days of World War II over a rocky promontory south of London that earned the title "Hellfire
        Oct. 11, 2014

        Framed print "Hellfire Corner" by William S Phillips showing British and German fighters and bombers in dogfights during the Battle of Britain in the early days of World War II over a rocky promontory south of London that earned the title "Hellfire

        Est: $300 - $600

        Framed print "Hellfire Corner" by William S Phillips showing British and German fighters and bombers in dogfights during the Battle of Britain in the early days of World War II over a rocky promontory south of London that earned the title "Hellfire Corner.". #398/1250 signed by the artist plus 10 additional American, British, German and Canadian signatures: United States Col. Francis S. "Gabby" GABRESKI; Canada Wing Commander Hugh C. GODEFROY; Germany; Lt. Gen. Adolf GALLAND, Lt. Gen. Walter KRUPINSKI, Lt. Gen. Gunther RALL, Gen. Johannes STEINHOFF; Great Britain Air Vice Marshal J.E. "Johnnie" JOHNSON, Group Captain Brian KINGCOME, Wing Commander Geoffrey PAGE, and Wing Commander Bob STANFORD-TUCK, 26" wide x 19-1/4" high. Condition: excellent. (300-600)

        Conestoga Auction Co.
      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - POINT BONITA:LAST LIGHT
        May. 04, 2014

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - POINT BONITA:LAST LIGHT

        Est: $255 - $340

        William S. Phillips - Point Bonita:last Light - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Print - Image Size: 33 1/2"w X 16 3/4"h. Limited Edition Of: 950 - Distinguished By Its Gleaming White Suspension Bridge And Captured In The Radiant Glow Of Twilight, "point Bonita: Last Light" Is A Stunning Portrait Of A Maritime Landmark. And, In Classic Phillips? Style It Also Pays Tribute To San Francisco, The Golden Gate Bridge, The U.s. Navy And The U.s. Coast Guard (look Closely). With All The Different Levels Of Appeal, We Suggest You Reserve It Promptly ? Several Of Bill?s Other Recent Lighthouse Prints, Such As "the Light Keeper?s Gift," Have Quickly Gone Into Low Inventory Or Sold Out At Publisher.??about The Artist - William S. Phillips ?aviation Was My First Artistic Love,? Says William S. Phillips, ?but My True, Enduring Love Remains My Christian Faith, Home And Family. So It Is My Pleasure To Combine All Of It In My Work. The Historical Aviation Subjects, I Research; The Contemporary And Nostalgic Subjects, I Live.? Phillips Grew Up Loving Art But Never Thought He Could Make It His Livelihood. At College He Majored In Criminology And He Had Been Accepted Into Law School When Four Of His Paintings Were Sold At An Airport Restaurant. That Was All The Incentive He Needed To Begin His Work As A Fine Art Painter. Bill Phillips Is Now The Aviation Artist Of Choice For Many American Heroes And The Nostalgic Landscape Artist Of Choice For Many Collectors. Bill?s Strengths As A Landscape Painter Are What Gave Him An Edge In The Aviation Field: Respect And Reverence For A Time And Place. When One Sees His Aviation Pieces, Thoughts Are About The Courageous Individuals Who Risked Their Lives For Our Freedom. In Bill?s Nostalgic Works, The Viewer Understands Fully What That Freedom Is . . . The Precious Values That Make Life Worth Living. After One Of His Paintings Was Presented To King Hussein Of Jordan, Phillips Was Commissioned By The Royal Jordanian Air Force. He Developed Sixteen Major Paintings, Many Of Which Now Hang In The Royal Jordanian Air Force Museum In Amman. The Smithsonian Institution?s National Air And Space Museum Presented A One-man Show Of Phillips? Work In 1986; He Is One Of Only A Few Artists To Have Been So Honored. In 1988, Phillips Was Chosen To Be A U.s. Navy Combat Artist. For His Outstanding Work, The Artist Was Awarded The Navy?s Meritorious Public Service Award And The Air Force Sergeants Association?s Americanism Medal. In 1991, Three Of Phillips? Works Were Chosen As Part Of The Top 100 In ?art For The Parks,? The Prestigious Annual Fund-raiser For The National Park Service, And One Painting Received The ?art History Award? From The National Park Foundation.

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      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - FIRST BOOTS ON THE GROUND
        May. 04, 2014

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - FIRST BOOTS ON THE GROUND

        Est: $540 - $720

        William S. Phillips - First Boots On The Ground - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Print - Image Size: 28"w X 14"h. Limited Edition Of: 800 - November 14, 1965, Ia Drang Valley, Vietnam ? Amid The Low Brush, Elephant Grass And Enormous Sun-baked Termite Mounds, Clouds Of Dust Lazily Drift Away From The Clearing Nicknamed Lz (landing Zone) X-ray. In Preparation For An Air Assault By Troops From The 1st Battalion, 7th Cavalry, United States Artillery Has Been Relentlessly Pounding Away At The Perimeter Of The Lz. At 10:48 The Helicopter Touches Down And Lt. Col. Moore, Sgt. Major Plumley, Capt. Metsker, Bob Ouellette, Al Bosse And Vietnamese Translator Mr. Nik Become The First Boots On The Ground At Ia Drang. Helicopter Pilots Bruce Crandall And Ed Freeman Would Go On To Receive The Medal Of Honor For Their Actions During The Battle Of Ia Drang, A Battle Which Would Go Down In History As One Of The Most Intense Of The Vietnam War. This Three-day Struggle Would Later Be Documented In The Best-selling Book "we Were Soldiers Once . . .and Young" By Lt. Gen. Hal Moore (ret.) And Joseph Galloway. William S. Phillips Compellingly Depicts The Chaos Of Lz X-ray In "first Boots On The Ground." Countersigners: Lt. Gen. Hal Moore, (ret.), Lt. Col. Bruce Crandall (ret.), (moh), Command Master Sgt. Basil Plumley, (ret.), Bob Ouellette And Al Bosse.??about The Artist - William S. Phillips ?aviation Was My First Artistic Love,? Says William S. Phillips, ?but My True, Enduring Love Remains My Christian Faith, Home And Family. So It Is My Pleasure To Combine All Of It In My Work. The Historical Aviation Subjects, I Research; The Contemporary And Nostalgic Subjects, I Live.? Phillips Grew Up Loving Art But Never Thought He Could Make It His Livelihood. At College He Majored In Criminology And He Had Been Accepted Into Law School When Four Of His Paintings Were Sold At An Airport Restaurant. That Was All The Incentive He Needed To Begin His Work As A Fine Art Painter. Bill Phillips Is Now The Aviation Artist Of Choice For Many American Heroes And The Nostalgic Landscape Artist Of Choice For Many Collectors. Bill?s Strengths As A Landscape Painter Are What Gave Him An Edge In The Aviation Field: Respect And Reverence For A Time And Place. When One Sees His Aviation Pieces, Thoughts Are About The Courageous Individuals Who Risked Their Lives For Our Freedom. In Bill?s Nostalgic Works, The Viewer Understands Fully What That Freedom Is . . . The Precious Values That Make Life Worth Living. After One Of His Paintings Was Presented To King Hussein Of Jordan, Phillips Was Commissioned By The Royal Jordanian Air Force. He Developed Sixteen Major Paintings, Many Of Which Now Hang In The Royal Jordanian Air Force Museum In Amman. The Smithsonian Institution?s National Air And Space Museum Presented A One-man Show Of Phillips? Work In 1986; He Is One Of Only A Few Artists To Have Been So Honored. In 1988, Phillips Was Chosen To Be A U.s. Navy Combat Artist. For His Outstanding Work, The Artist Was Awarded The Navy?s Meritorious Public Service Award And The Air Force Sergeants Association?s Americanism Medal. In 1991, Three Of Phillips? Works Were Chosen As Part Of The Top 100 In ?art For The Parks,? The Prestigious Annual Fund-raiser For The National Park Service, And One Painting Received The ?art History Award? From The National Park Foundation.

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      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS AT WATCHMAN HILL INN
        May. 04, 2014

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - CHRISTMAS TRADITIONS AT WATCHMAN HILL INN

        Est: $615 - $820

        William S. Phillips - Christmas Traditions At Watchman Hill Inn - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Canvas - Image Size: 24"w X 12"h. Limited Edition Of: 200 - Against A Golden Sunset, A Sikorsky Vs-44 Approaches The Harbor At Phillips Bay. As The Brisk Night Air Descends On This First Night Of December, Santa Claus Arrives At The Watchman Hill Inn, Heralded By Two Men In Revolutionary War Dress And The Traditional Firing Of The Cannon. During The Revolutionary War, A Citizens? Militia Kept Watch Over The Outer Bay From The Hill. If They Spied British Ships On The Horizon, The Cannon?s Voice Would Alert The Townsfolk To Prepare A Defense. These Days, The Sounding Of The Cannon Is A Cause For Merriment. The Holiday Season In Phillips Bay Is Filled With The Traditional Joys Of Colored Lights, Caroling, Feasting And Church Services, Accompanied By A Fresh Blanket Of Snow.??about The Artist - William S. Phillips ?aviation Was My First Artistic Love,? Says William S. Phillips, ?but My True, Enduring Love Remains My Christian Faith, Home And Family. So It Is My Pleasure To Combine All Of It In My Work. The Historical Aviation Subjects, I Research; The Contemporary And Nostalgic Subjects, I Live.? Phillips Grew Up Loving Art But Never Thought He Could Make It His Livelihood. At College He Majored In Criminology And He Had Been Accepted Into Law School When Four Of His Paintings Were Sold At An Airport Restaurant. That Was All The Incentive He Needed To Begin His Work As A Fine Art Painter. Bill Phillips Is Now The Aviation Artist Of Choice For Many American Heroes And The Nostalgic Landscape Artist Of Choice For Many Collectors. Bill?s Strengths As A Landscape Painter Are What Gave Him An Edge In The Aviation Field: Respect And Reverence For A Time And Place. When One Sees His Aviation Pieces, Thoughts Are About The Courageous Individuals Who Risked Their Lives For Our Freedom. In Bill?s Nostalgic Works, The Viewer Understands Fully What That Freedom Is . . . The Precious Values That Make Life Worth Living. After One Of His Paintings Was Presented To King Hussein Of Jordan, Phillips Was Commissioned By The Royal Jordanian Air Force. He Developed Sixteen Major Paintings, Many Of Which Now Hang In The Royal Jordanian Air Force Museum In Amman. The Smithsonian Institution?s National Air And Space Museum Presented A One-man Show Of Phillips? Work In 1986; He Is One Of Only A Few Artists To Have Been So Honored. In 1988, Phillips Was Chosen To Be A U.s. Navy Combat Artist. For His Outstanding Work, The Artist Was Awarded The Navy?s Meritorious Public Service Award And The Air Force Sergeants Association?s Americanism Medal. In 1991, Three Of Phillips? Works Were Chosen As Part Of The Top 100 In ?art For The Parks,? The Prestigious Annual Fund-raiser For The National Park Service, And One Painting Received The ?art History Award? From The National Park Foundation.

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      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - CHASING THE DAYLIGHT
        May. 04, 2014

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - CHASING THE DAYLIGHT

        Est: $1,155 - $1,540

        William S. Phillips - Chasing The Daylight - Hand Signed - Anniversary Edition -image Size: 40"w X 20"h. Limited Edition Of: 84 - ?my Interest In The 'daylight' Was Sparked As A Young Boy,? Says The Artist, ?when My Parents Took Me Down To The Sepulveda Boulevard Crossing In Los Angeles To Watch The Train, Arriving From San Francisco, Roar By. It Was A Magnificent Sight, With A Full Head Of Steam Up And The Late Afternoon Sun Glinting Off Its Sparkling Surface. ?i Enjoy Trains And Ride Them Every Chance I Get And On One Such Trip, I Watched As A Small Speck In The Sky Turned Out To Be An N2s-2 Stearman - A Biplane Produced For The Naval Air Training Command. I Promised Myself I Would Capture The Scene On Canvas One Day.? Pilots Without Instruments Can Drop Low To Follow The ?iron Compass? For Directional Guidance When Storm Clouds Block Visibility. These Two U.s. Navy Trainees Can?t Resist The Adrenaline Rush Of Pitting Their Winged Racers Against The Speeding Steam Engine.??about The Artist - William S. Phillips ?aviation Was My First Artistic Love,? Says William S. Phillips, ?but My True, Enduring Love Remains My Christian Faith, Home And Family. So It Is My Pleasure To Combine All Of It In My Work. The Historical Aviation Subjects, I Research; The Contemporary And Nostalgic Subjects, I Live.? Phillips Grew Up Loving Art But Never Thought He Could Make It His Livelihood. At College He Majored In Criminology And He Had Been Accepted Into Law School When Four Of His Paintings Were Sold At An Airport Restaurant. That Was All The Incentive He Needed To Begin His Work As A Fine Art Painter. Bill Phillips Is Now The Aviation Artist Of Choice For Many American Heroes And The Nostalgic Landscape Artist Of Choice For Many Collectors. Bill?s Strengths As A Landscape Painter Are What Gave Him An Edge In The Aviation Field: Respect And Reverence For A Time And Place. When One Sees His Aviation Pieces, Thoughts Are About The Courageous Individuals Who Risked Their Lives For Our Freedom. In Bill?s Nostalgic Works, The Viewer Understands Fully What That Freedom Is . . . The Precious Values That Make Life Worth Living. After One Of His Paintings Was Presented To King Hussein Of Jordan, Phillips Was Commissioned By The Royal Jordanian Air Force. He Developed Sixteen Major Paintings, Many Of Which Now Hang In The Royal Jordanian Air Force Museum In Amman. The Smithsonian Institution?s National Air And Space Museum Presented A One-man Show Of Phillips? Work In 1986; He Is One Of Only A Few Artists To Have Been So Honored. In 1988, Phillips Was Chosen To Be A U.s. Navy Combat Artist. For His Outstanding Work, The Artist Was Awarded The Navy?s Meritorious Public Service Award And The Air Force Sergeants Association?s Americanism Medal. In 1991, Three Of Phillips? Works Were Chosen As Part Of The Top 100 In ?art For The Parks,? The Prestigious Annual Fund-raiser For The National Park Service, And One Painting Received The ?art History Award? From The National Park Foundation.

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      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - GUARDIAN AT THE GATE
        May. 03, 2014

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - GUARDIAN AT THE GATE

        Est: $675 - $900

        William S. Phillips - Guardian At The Gate - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Canvas - Image Size: 20"w X 15"h. Limited Edition Of: 100 - Point Bonita Light, At The North West Entrance To The San Francisco Bay, Was The Second Lighthouse At Point Bonita. The First Light Was Atop The Narrow Headlands And Shown Forth At 306 Feet Above The Roaring Breakers Of The Pacific. The Only Problem Was That It Was So High That Most Of The Time It Was Obscured By Fog. In 1877, The Point Bonita Light Was Relocated, With Great Effort, To The Thin Strip Of Rock Called Lands End Where It Stands Today As A Guardian At The Gate. A Welcome Sight To Those Entering The San Francisco Bay From Around The Globe.??about The Artist - William S. Phillips ?aviation Was My First Artistic Love,? Says William S. Phillips, ?but My True, Enduring Love Remains My Christian Faith, Home And Family. So It Is My Pleasure To Combine All Of It In My Work. The Historical Aviation Subjects, I Research; The Contemporary And Nostalgic Subjects, I Live.? Phillips Grew Up Loving Art But Never Thought He Could Make It His Livelihood. At College He Majored In Criminology And He Had Been Accepted Into Law School When Four Of His Paintings Were Sold At An Airport Restaurant. That Was All The Incentive He Needed To Begin His Work As A Fine Art Painter. Bill Phillips Is Now The Aviation Artist Of Choice For Many American Heroes And The Nostalgic Landscape Artist Of Choice For Many Collectors. Bill?s Strengths As A Landscape Painter Are What Gave Him An Edge In The Aviation Field: Respect And Reverence For A Time And Place. When One Sees His Aviation Pieces, Thoughts Are About The Courageous Individuals Who Risked Their Lives For Our Freedom. In Bill?s Nostalgic Works, The Viewer Understands Fully What That Freedom Is . . . The Precious Values That Make Life Worth Living. After One Of His Paintings Was Presented To King Hussein Of Jordan, Phillips Was Commissioned By The Royal Jordanian Air Force. He Developed Sixteen Major Paintings, Many Of Which Now Hang In The Royal Jordanian Air Force Museum In Amman. The Smithsonian Institution?s National Air And Space Museum Presented A One-man Show Of Phillips? Work In 1986; He Is One Of Only A Few Artists To Have Been So Honored. In 1988, Phillips Was Chosen To Be A U.s. Navy Combat Artist. For His Outstanding Work, The Artist Was Awarded The Navy?s Meritorious Public Service Award And The Air Force Sergeants Association?s Americanism Medal. In 1991, Three Of Phillips? Works Were Chosen As Part Of The Top 100 In ?art For The Parks,? The Prestigious Annual Fund-raiser For The National Park Service, And One Painting Received The ?art History Award? From The National Park Foundation.

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      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - INTO THE ARMS OF THE DRAGON
        May. 03, 2014

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - INTO THE ARMS OF THE DRAGON

        Est: $615 - $820

        William S. Phillips - Into The Arms Of The Dragon - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Print - Image Size: 25"w X 19 1/2"h. Limited Edition Of: 350 - The Doolittle Raid On Japan Was Always Designed As A One Way Mission: From The Carrier To Friendly Airfields In China By Way Of Tokyo. Because Of The Early Discovery By Japanese Picket Boats, Captain David Jones And The Rest Of Crew 5 (aircraft 02283) Left The Deck Of The Uss "hornet" Knowing Their One-way Trip Was Perilously Shorter. They Knew That Their B-25 Did Not Have The Range To Make Those Friendly Airfields And Getting To The China Coast Or Past Japanese-occupied China Would Take Great Skill And Uncommon Luck. At A Small Break In The Cloud Cover Over Chu Chow The Members Of Crew 5, Who Could Coax Their Aircraft No Further, Left The Plane, Trusting Their Parachutes, The Wind And The Chinese People To Lead Them To Safety. In Chinese Folklore The Lóng, Or Dragon, Symbolizes All That Is Good: Abundance, Prosperity, Good Fortune, Nobility And Divine Protection, As Well As The Chinese People Themselves. The Dragon Is Believed To Be The Benevolent Guardian Of Water, As Well As Life-giving Rain And Storms. As They Tumbled Into The Stormy Night Sky, David Jones And His Crew Entrusted Their Safety ?and Their Lives ? To The Arms Of The Dragon. The Chinese Paid Dearly For The Aid And Shelter They Provided To American Soldiers. In The Zhejiang-jiangxi Campaign, Japanese Forces Killed An Estimated 250,000 Chinese Civilians As Retaliation And As Intimidation To Prevent Further Assistance Of American Soldiers. The Brave Sacrifices Of The Chinese Saved Many Lives And Solidified The American People In Their Determination To Succeed. William S. Phillips' Inspiring New Limited Edition "into The Arms Of The Dragon" Pays Tribute To The Combined Efforts Of Two Nations. Both The Fine Art Limited Edition Giclée Canvas And Fine Art Limited Edition Giclée Print Of This Spectacular Image Have Been Signed By Msgt. Edwin Horton, Jr., Col. William M. Bower, David J. Thatcher, Lt. Col. Richard E. Cole, Thomas Griffin And Col. Robert Hite.??about The Artist - William S. Phillips ?aviation Was My First Artistic Love,? Says William S. Phillips, ?but My True, Enduring Love Remains My Christian Faith, Home And Family. So It Is My Pleasure To Combine All Of It In My Work. The Historical Aviation Subjects, I Research; The Contemporary And Nostalgic Subjects, I Live.? Phillips Grew Up Loving Art But Never Thought He Could Make It His Livelihood. At College He Majored In Criminology And He Had Been Accepted Into Law School When Four Of His Paintings Were Sold At An Airport Restaurant. That Was All The Incentive He Needed To Begin His Work As A Fine Art Painter. Bill Phillips Is Now The Aviation Artist Of Choice For Many American Heroes And The Nostalgic Landscape Artist Of Choice For Many Collectors. Bill?s Strengths As A Landscape Painter Are What Gave Him An Edge In The Aviation Field: Respect And Reverence For A Time And Place. When One Sees His Aviation Pieces, Thoughts Are About The Courageous Individuals Who Risked Their Lives For Our Freedom. In Bill?s Nostalgic Works, The Viewer Understands Fully What That Freedom Is . . . The Precious Values That Make Life Worth Living. After One Of His Paintings Was Presented To King Hussein Of Jordan, Phillips Was Commissioned By The Royal Jordanian Air Force. He Developed Sixteen Major Paintings, Many Of Which Now Hang In The Royal Jordanian Air Force Museum In Amman. The Smithsonian Institution?s National Air And Space Museum Presented A One-man Show Of Phillips? Work In 1986; He Is One Of Only A Few Artists To Have Been So Honored. In 1988, Phillips Was Chosen To Be A U.s. Navy Combat Artist. For His Outstanding Work, The Artist Was Awarded The Navy?s Meritorious Public Service Award And The Air Force Sergeants Association?s Americanism Medal. In 1991, Three Of Phillips? Works Were Chosen As Part Of The Top 100 In ?art For The Parks,? The Prestigious Annual Fund-raiser For The National Park Service, And One Painting Received The ?art History Award? From The National Park Foundation.

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      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - AMONG THE COLUMNS OF THOR
        May. 03, 2014

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - AMONG THE COLUMNS OF THOR

        Est: $405 - $540

        William S. Phillips - Among The Columns Of Thor - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Print - Image Size: 30"w X 18"h. Limited Edition Of: 1000 - "among The Columns Of Thor" Has A Double Meaning To It. In Norse Mythology, Thor Is The God Of Thunder And War. These B-24 Bombers From The 409th Squadron, 93rd Bomb Group, Are In Column Formation, Literally Flying Among Thor's Cloud Columns As They Return From Their Targets Deep In Germany. They Are Escorted By P-51 Fighters Of The 3361st Fighter Squadron, 356th Fighter Group. The Paint Scheme On The Engine Cowling Of "jersey Jerk," Donald Strait's Plane, Was Designed By Freddie Schlack, Another Young Pilot In The Squadron. That Pattern Became The Official Scheme For The Entire Fighter Group. Squadrons Within The Group Would Use Different Colored Rudders To Identify Themselves. The Deep, Ominous Colors At The Right Of The Image Represent War, Whereas The Left Side Is Painted With Lighter Colors, Signifying Peace. The Silver Color Scheme Of The Planes Can Also Represent Allied Superiority And The Coming End Of The War. Naturally, The Aircraft Are Flying From The Darkness Into The Light. Countersigners: Donald J. Straig, Commander, 361st Fighter Squadron; Clinton Dewitt Burdick, Pilot, 361st Fighter Squadron; K. O. Dessert, Commander, 409th Bomb Squadron; And Edwin C. Baker, Pilot, 409th Bomb Squadron.??about The Artist - William S. Phillips ?aviation Was My First Artistic Love,? Says William S. Phillips, ?but My True, Enduring Love Remains My Christian Faith, Home And Family. So It Is My Pleasure To Combine All Of It In My Work. The Historical Aviation Subjects, I Research; The Contemporary And Nostalgic Subjects, I Live.? Phillips Grew Up Loving Art But Never Thought He Could Make It His Livelihood. At College He Majored In Criminology And He Had Been Accepted Into Law School When Four Of His Paintings Were Sold At An Airport Restaurant. That Was All The Incentive He Needed To Begin His Work As A Fine Art Painter. Bill Phillips Is Now The Aviation Artist Of Choice For Many American Heroes And The Nostalgic Landscape Artist Of Choice For Many Collectors. Bill?s Strengths As A Landscape Painter Are What Gave Him An Edge In The Aviation Field: Respect And Reverence For A Time And Place. When One Sees His Aviation Pieces, Thoughts Are About The Courageous Individuals Who Risked Their Lives For Our Freedom. In Bill?s Nostalgic Works, The Viewer Understands Fully What That Freedom Is . . . The Precious Values That Make Life Worth Living. After One Of His Paintings Was Presented To King Hussein Of Jordan, Phillips Was Commissioned By The Royal Jordanian Air Force. He Developed Sixteen Major Paintings, Many Of Which Now Hang In The Royal Jordanian Air Force Museum In Amman. The Smithsonian Institution?s National Air And Space Museum Presented A One-man Show Of Phillips? Work In 1986; He Is One Of Only A Few Artists To Have Been So Honored. In 1988, Phillips Was Chosen To Be A U.s. Navy Combat Artist. For His Outstanding Work, The Artist Was Awarded The Navy?s Meritorious Public Service Award And The Air Force Sergeants Association?s Americanism Medal. In 1991, Three Of Phillips? Works Were Chosen As Part Of The Top 100 In ?art For The Parks,? The Prestigious Annual Fund-raiser For The National Park Service, And One Painting Received The ?art History Award? From The National Park Foundation.

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      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - OUT OF THE SQUALL LINE
        May. 03, 2014

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - OUT OF THE SQUALL LINE

        Est: $1,155 - $1,540

        William S. Phillips - Out Of The Squall Line - Hand Signed - Canvas Edition -image Size: 40"w X 20"h. Limited Edition Of: 100 - Following In The Tradition Of His Previous Aircraft Carrier Paintings, Including "home Is The Hunter," "threading The Eye Of The Needle," "caping The Tico" And "america On The Move" (several Sold Out At Publisher), William S. Phillips Brings Us The Latest In His Impressive Fleet, Reproduced At A ?nimitz Class? Size. While Researching "out Of The Squall Line," Phillips Spent Ten Days Aboard The Uss "harry S. Truman" (cvn 75), Where He Was Given The Opportunity To See Every Aspect Of The Ship And Its Flight Operations. In A Personal Challenge, Phillips Included At Least One Portion Of Each Of The Truman?s Air Wing In The Painting. The "truman" Is The Eighth Nimitz Class Aircraft Carrier Authorized To Be Built By Congress And Was Christened In 1996 In Newport News, Virginia. The Carrier Has A Crew Of More Than 160 Officers And 3,200 Sailors And Recently Participated In Operation Enduring Freedom And Operation Iraqi Freedom. Make A Perfect Landing On The Super Carrier Of Bill's Stunning "out Of The Squall Line."??about The Artist - William S. Phillips ?aviation Was My First Artistic Love,? Says William S. Phillips, ?but My True, Enduring Love Remains My Christian Faith, Home And Family. So It Is My Pleasure To Combine All Of It In My Work. The Historical Aviation Subjects, I Research; The Contemporary And Nostalgic Subjects, I Live.? Phillips Grew Up Loving Art But Never Thought He Could Make It His Livelihood. At College He Majored In Criminology And He Had Been Accepted Into Law School When Four Of His Paintings Were Sold At An Airport Restaurant. That Was All The Incentive He Needed To Begin His Work As A Fine Art Painter. Bill Phillips Is Now The Aviation Artist Of Choice For Many American Heroes And The Nostalgic Landscape Artist Of Choice For Many Collectors. Bill?s Strengths As A Landscape Painter Are What Gave Him An Edge In The Aviation Field: Respect And Reverence For A Time And Place. When One Sees His Aviation Pieces, Thoughts Are About The Courageous Individuals Who Risked Their Lives For Our Freedom. In Bill?s Nostalgic Works, The Viewer Understands Fully What That Freedom Is . . . The Precious Values That Make Life Worth Living. After One Of His Paintings Was Presented To King Hussein Of Jordan, Phillips Was Commissioned By The Royal Jordanian Air Force. He Developed Sixteen Major Paintings, Many Of Which Now Hang In The Royal Jordanian Air Force Museum In Amman. The Smithsonian Institution?s National Air And Space Museum Presented A One-man Show Of Phillips? Work In 1986; He Is One Of Only A Few Artists To Have Been So Honored. In 1988, Phillips Was Chosen To Be A U.s. Navy Combat Artist. For His Outstanding Work, The Artist Was Awarded The Navy?s Meritorious Public Service Award And The Air Force Sergeants Association?s Americanism Medal. In 1991, Three Of Phillips? Works Were Chosen As Part Of The Top 100 In ?art For The Parks,? The Prestigious Annual Fund-raiser For The National Park Service, And One Painting Received The ?art History Award? From The National Park Foundation.

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      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - WELCOME HOME, YANK
        May. 03, 2014

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - WELCOME HOME, YANK

        Est: $810 - $1,080

        William S. Phillips - Welcome Home, Yank - Hand Signed Image Size: 28"w X 21"h. Limited Edition Of: 150 - A B-24 Has Lost One Engine And Streams Smoke From Another. She?s Close To The White Cliffs Of Dover But Not Out Of Trouble. Any Second Now, The Last Power May Fail. Without Enough Altitude For A Safe Bail-out, Her Crew Will Brace For Ditching And The English Channel Is Cold And Choppy. She?s Got One Thing Going For Her - A Spitfire Mark Ixb Of The 403 Squadron Based At Kenley-middlesex Has Come To Meet Her And Weaves Above. If Her Pilot Chooses To Ditch, The Spit Pilot Will Tell Air-sea Rescue. When Bill Did This Painting, He Liked It From The Start. Old Bomber Pilots Like It, Too. Many Recalled The Exact Situation, The Irony Of Struggling Out Of Enemy Skies Only To Go Down A Few Miles From The Home Base And The Joy Of Seeing An Raf Plane Coming To Ride Herd. Built As An Interceptor, The Spitfire Lacked Range For Escorting The Bombers Very Far. But All Agreed That The Plane Was A Beauty And Never More So Than When It Played Samaritan For Its Wounded Allies.??about The Artist - William S. Phillips ?aviation Was My First Artistic Love,? Says William S. Phillips, ?but My True, Enduring Love Remains My Christian Faith, Home And Family. So It Is My Pleasure To Combine All Of It In My Work. The Historical Aviation Subjects, I Research; The Contemporary And Nostalgic Subjects, I Live.? Phillips Grew Up Loving Art But Never Thought He Could Make It His Livelihood. At College He Majored In Criminology And He Had Been Accepted Into Law School When Four Of His Paintings Were Sold At An Airport Restaurant. That Was All The Incentive He Needed To Begin His Work As A Fine Art Painter. Bill Phillips Is Now The Aviation Artist Of Choice For Many American Heroes And The Nostalgic Landscape Artist Of Choice For Many Collectors. Bill?s Strengths As A Landscape Painter Are What Gave Him An Edge In The Aviation Field: Respect And Reverence For A Time And Place. When One Sees His Aviation Pieces, Thoughts Are About The Courageous Individuals Who Risked Their Lives For Our Freedom. In Bill?s Nostalgic Works, The Viewer Understands Fully What That Freedom Is . . . The Precious Values That Make Life Worth Living. After One Of His Paintings Was Presented To King Hussein Of Jordan, Phillips Was Commissioned By The Royal Jordanian Air Force. He Developed Sixteen Major Paintings, Many Of Which Now Hang In The Royal Jordanian Air Force Museum In Amman. The Smithsonian Institution?s National Air And Space Museum Presented A One-man Show Of Phillips? Work In 1986; He Is One Of Only A Few Artists To Have Been So Honored. In 1988, Phillips Was Chosen To Be A U.s. Navy Combat Artist. For His Outstanding Work, The Artist Was Awarded The Navy?s Meritorious Public Service Award And The Air Force Sergeants Association?s Americanism Medal. In 1991, Three Of Phillips? Works Were Chosen As Part Of The Top 100 In ?art For The Parks,? The Prestigious Annual Fund-raiser For The National Park Service, And One Painting Received The ?art History Award? From The National Park Foundation.

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      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - IF ONLY IN MY DREAMS
        May. 03, 2014

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - IF ONLY IN MY DREAMS

        Est: $1,080 - $1,440

        William S. Phillips - If Only In My Dreams - Hand Signedsize: 17"w X 36"h. Limited Edition Of: 218 - "let Your Heart Come Home" To Phillips Bay Over The Years With , William S. Phillips Had Painted Numerous Historical Themes, And In 1991, He Approached Founder Dave Usher With An Idea For A Series Of Paintings That Would Capture A Nostalgic Look At The American Home Front During World War Ii. The Change In Mood And Direction Of The War At Home Would Be Reflected In The Paintings As The Series Progressed. Dubbed The American Homefront Collection, "if Only In My Dreams" Was The First Of These Paintings And Is Infused With The Somber Concern And Patient Longing For The Return Of The Soldiers During The Early Years Of The War. "if Only In My Dreams" Was Also The First Painting Depicting Phillips Bay, A Charming And Archetypical American Village Created By The Artist. ?i Am Thrilled To Have The Opportunity To Present This Favorite In Canvas, Which Most Closely Resembles My Original Painting,? Says Phillips. The American Homefront Series Also Includes "the Dream Fulfilled, Where The Love Light Shines" (1945) And "a Christmas Leave, When Dreams Come True."??about The Artist - William S. Phillips ?aviation Was My First Artistic Love,? Says William S. Phillips, ?but My True, Enduring Love Remains My Christian Faith, Home And Family. So It Is My Pleasure To Combine All Of It In My Work. The Historical Aviation Subjects, I Research; The Contemporary And Nostalgic Subjects, I Live.? Phillips Grew Up Loving Art But Never Thought He Could Make It His Livelihood. At College He Majored In Criminology And He Had Been Accepted Into Law School When Four Of His Paintings Were Sold At An Airport Restaurant. That Was All The Incentive He Needed To Begin His Work As A Fine Art Painter. Bill Phillips Is Now The Aviation Artist Of Choice For Many American Heroes And The Nostalgic Landscape Artist Of Choice For Many Collectors. Bill?s Strengths As A Landscape Painter Are What Gave Him An Edge In The Aviation Field: Respect And Reverence For A Time And Place. When One Sees His Aviation Pieces, Thoughts Are About The Courageous Individuals Who Risked Their Lives For Our Freedom. In Bill?s Nostalgic Works, The Viewer Understands Fully What That Freedom Is . . . The Precious Values That Make Life Worth Living. After One Of His Paintings Was Presented To King Hussein Of Jordan, Phillips Was Commissioned By The Royal Jordanian Air Force. He Developed Sixteen Major Paintings, Many Of Which Now Hang In The Royal Jordanian Air Force Museum In Amman. The Smithsonian Institution?s National Air And Space Museum Presented A One-man Show Of Phillips? Work In 1986; He Is One Of Only A Few Artists To Have Been So Honored. In 1988, Phillips Was Chosen To Be A U.s. Navy Combat Artist. For His Outstanding Work, The Artist Was Awarded The Navy?s Meritorious Public Service Award And The Air Force Sergeants Association?s Americanism Medal. In 1991, Three Of Phillips? Works Were Chosen As Part Of The Top 100 In ?art For The Parks,? The Prestigious Annual Fund-raiser For The National Park Service, And One Painting Received The ?art History Award? From The National Park Foundation.

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      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - REFLECTIONS
        May. 03, 2014

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - REFLECTIONS

        Est: $675 - $900

        William S. Phillips - Reflections - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Canvas - Image Size: 12"w X 24"h. Limited Edition Of: 75 - ?i Was Nine Years Old When My Father Sent Me A Postcard From The Grand Canyon,? Says Phillips. ?from That Time On, I Have Been Fascinated By Its Grandeur And Ever-changing Moods. I Have Seen The Grand Canyon From Numerous Vantage Points ? Through Rumbling Summer Thunderstorms And Howling Winter Blizzards, From The Sky Above And Along Its Myriad Of Trails To The River Below. It Is Always An Awesome And Humbling Experience And One That Must Be Preserved For Future Generations.? During His Time As An Artist In Residence At The Grand Canyon In 2004, Phillips Worked Hard To Interpret The Park?s Purpose As A Place Of Pleasure And Its Importance As A National Treasure. His Magnificent Works From That Period, Including "reflections," Testify To The Majesty Of The American Landscape.??about The Artist - William S. Phillips ?aviation Was My First Artistic Love,? Says William S. Phillips, ?but My True, Enduring Love Remains My Christian Faith, Home And Family. So It Is My Pleasure To Combine All Of It In My Work. The Historical Aviation Subjects, I Research; The Contemporary And Nostalgic Subjects, I Live.? Phillips Grew Up Loving Art But Never Thought He Could Make It His Livelihood. At College He Majored In Criminology And He Had Been Accepted Into Law School When Four Of His Paintings Were Sold At An Airport Restaurant. That Was All The Incentive He Needed To Begin His Work As A Fine Art Painter. Bill Phillips Is Now The Aviation Artist Of Choice For Many American Heroes And The Nostalgic Landscape Artist Of Choice For Many Collectors. Bill?s Strengths As A Landscape Painter Are What Gave Him An Edge In The Aviation Field: Respect And Reverence For A Time And Place. When One Sees His Aviation Pieces, Thoughts Are About The Courageous Individuals Who Risked Their Lives For Our Freedom. In Bill?s Nostalgic Works, The Viewer Understands Fully What That Freedom Is . . . The Precious Values That Make Life Worth Living. After One Of His Paintings Was Presented To King Hussein Of Jordan, Phillips Was Commissioned By The Royal Jordanian Air Force. He Developed Sixteen Major Paintings, Many Of Which Now Hang In The Royal Jordanian Air Force Museum In Amman. The Smithsonian Institution?s National Air And Space Museum Presented A One-man Show Of Phillips? Work In 1986; He Is One Of Only A Few Artists To Have Been So Honored. In 1988, Phillips Was Chosen To Be A U.s. Navy Combat Artist. For His Outstanding Work, The Artist Was Awarded The Navy?s Meritorious Public Service Award And The Air Force Sergeants Association?s Americanism Medal. In 1991, Three Of Phillips? Works Were Chosen As Part Of The Top 100 In ?art For The Parks,? The Prestigious Annual Fund-raiser For The National Park Service, And One Painting Received The ?art History Award? From The National Park Foundation.

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      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - I´LL HOLD YOU IN MY DREAMS
        May. 03, 2014

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - I´LL HOLD YOU IN MY DREAMS

        Est: $1,710 - $2,280

        William S. Phillips - I´ll Hold You In My Dreams - Hand Signed - Canvas Edition -image Size: 48"w X 24"h. Limited Edition Of: 75 - The American Homefront Series, An Episodic Look At Home During World War Ii, Comprises Some Of William S. Phillips? Most Popular And Sought-after Works. Phillips Has Created A New Painting In The Series: "i?ll Hold You In My Dreams," Set On A Warm Winter Day Just After The Bombing Of Pearl Harbor In 1941. Our Young Army Air Force Lieutenant Stands Out From The Crowd As He Bids His Girl Goodbye. Locomotive 4443 Of The Noon Coast ?daylight? Slowly Eases To A Stop At Santa Barbara Station. The Next Stop Is San Luis Obispo, 119 Miles Up The Line. With A Scheduled Ride Time Of Two Hours And Eighteen Minutes, A Passenger Might Have Time For Dinner In The Dining Car ? If He Wanted To Spend At Least Ninety Cents On Dinner Or Splurge On The Fresh Mountain Trout At $1.50. In The Air Over The Station Are Two P-38 Fighter Aircraft On Their First Test Flight, A Mere Day After Rolling Off The Assembly Line In Burbank. Full Production Of Operational Aircraft Has Begun And Will Continue Around The Clock. Young Soldiers Departing For War After Pearl Harbor Faced The Unknown Road Ahead With Patriotic And Passionate Commitment And They Held Their Heads High As They Bid Their Loved Ones Farewell.??about The Artist - William S. Phillips ?aviation Was My First Artistic Love,? Says William S. Phillips, ?but My True, Enduring Love Remains My Christian Faith, Home And Family. So It Is My Pleasure To Combine All Of It In My Work. The Historical Aviation Subjects, I Research; The Contemporary And Nostalgic Subjects, I Live.? Phillips Grew Up Loving Art But Never Thought He Could Make It His Livelihood. At College He Majored In Criminology And He Had Been Accepted Into Law School When Four Of His Paintings Were Sold At An Airport Restaurant. That Was All The Incentive He Needed To Begin His Work As A Fine Art Painter. Bill Phillips Is Now The Aviation Artist Of Choice For Many American Heroes And The Nostalgic Landscape Artist Of Choice For Many Collectors. Bill?s Strengths As A Landscape Painter Are What Gave Him An Edge In The Aviation Field: Respect And Reverence For A Time And Place. When One Sees His Aviation Pieces, Thoughts Are About The Courageous Individuals Who Risked Their Lives For Our Freedom. In Bill?s Nostalgic Works, The Viewer Understands Fully What That Freedom Is . . . The Precious Values That Make Life Worth Living. After One Of His Paintings Was Presented To King Hussein Of Jordan, Phillips Was Commissioned By The Royal Jordanian Air Force. He Developed Sixteen Major Paintings, Many Of Which Now Hang In The Royal Jordanian Air Force Museum In Amman. The Smithsonian Institution?s National Air And Space Museum Presented A One-man Show Of Phillips? Work In 1986; He Is One Of Only A Few Artists To Have Been So Honored. In 1988, Phillips Was Chosen To Be A U.s. Navy Combat Artist. For His Outstanding Work, The Artist Was Awarded The Navy?s Meritorious Public Service Award And The Air Force Sergeants Association?s Americanism Medal. In 1991, Three Of Phillips? Works Were Chosen As Part Of The Top 100 In ?art For The Parks,? The Prestigious Annual Fund-raiser For The National Park Service, And One Painting Received The ?art History Award? From The National Park Foundation.

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      • WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - SUNSET RECOVERY
        May. 03, 2014

        WILLIAM S. PHILLIPS - SUNSET RECOVERY

        Est: $675 - $900

        William S. Phillips - Sunset Recovery - Hand Signed - Limited Edition Canvas - Image Size: 28"w X 21"h. Limited Edition Of: 75 - Where Is The Nearest Carrier? Is Often The First Question From A President When A Crisis Erupts Overseas. A Powerful Instrument Of Diplomacy And Military Might, The Navy?s Carrier Battle Group Has Been The United State?s Reaction-force-of-choice Since World War Ii. Collectors, Naval And Aviation Enthusiasts All React In A Similar Fashion When William S. Phillips Turns His Painter?s Eye On These Seagoing Airfields. All Eight Of His Previous Fine Art Editions Featuring Carriers Have Sold Out At The Publisher And Are Only Available On The Secondary Market. ?an Aircraft Carrier Is Exciting Beyond Belief,? Beams Phillips. ?it?s The Tip Of The Spear And It Operates That Way. It?s Dangerous And It?s Exciting. Nothing Is Static. Their Size Is Phenomenal. The Sense Of Mission And Camaraderie From The Engine Room To The Flight Crews Is Inspiring. For The Rest Of My Life, I?ll Jump At The Chance To Get On One Whenever I Can. ?in The Late 1970s, I Had The Chance To Deploy On The Uss 'kitty Hawk' (cv 63) Out Of San Diego, But This Scene Could Be Anywhere In The World Because Sunsets Are Universal At Sea. Coming On Board A Carrier Is Tough No Matter What Time Of Day It Is. They Call Flight Operations At This Time 'pink Ops.' Technically, It Is A Night Operations, But I?ll Tell You, Landing In Any Kind Of Daylight Beats Coming Aboard Before Absolute Dark. The Cap Aircraft, Both Coming In And Going Out, Are Early Versions Of The F-14.? There Is A Fine Art Edition Of "sunset Recovery" For Every Type Of Collector. There Is A Special And Very Limited Over-sized 37" X 28" Masterwork? Giclée Canvas Edition Of Only 25 Pieces. A More Moderately Sized Yet Beautiful 28" X 21" Fine Art Giclée Canvas And A Traditional Fine Art Giclée Paper At 24" X 18" Are Also Available. Don?t Miss Out On Your Opportunity To Own One Of William S. Phillips Much Admired Aircraft Carrier Editions.??about The Artist - William S. Phillips ?aviation Was My First Artistic Love,? Says William S. Phillips, ?but My True, Enduring Love Remains My Christian Faith, Home And Family. So It Is My Pleasure To Combine All Of It In My Work. The Historical Aviation Subjects, I Research; The Contemporary And Nostalgic Subjects, I Live.? Phillips Grew Up Loving Art But Never Thought He Could Make It His Livelihood. At College He Majored In Criminology And He Had Been Accepted Into Law School When Four Of His Paintings Were Sold At An Airport Restaurant. That Was All The Incentive He Needed To Begin His Work As A Fine Art Painter. Bill Phillips Is Now The Aviation Artist Of Choice For Many American Heroes And The Nostalgic Landscape Artist Of Choice For Many Collectors. Bill?s Strengths As A Landscape Painter Are What Gave Him An Edge In The Aviation Field: Respect And Reverence For A Time And Place. When One Sees His Aviation Pieces, Thoughts Are About The Courageous Individuals Who Risked Their Lives For Our Freedom. In Bill?s Nostalgic Works, The Viewer Understands Fully What That Freedom Is . . . The Precious Values That Make Life Worth Living. After One Of His Paintings Was Presented To King Hussein Of Jordan, Phillips Was Commissioned By The Royal Jordanian Air Force. He Developed Sixteen Major Paintings, Many Of Which Now Hang In The Royal Jordanian Air Force Museum In Amman. The Smithsonian Institution?s National Air And Space Museum Presented A One-man Show Of Phillips? Work In 1986; He Is One Of Only A Few Artists To Have Been So Honored. In 1988, Phillips Was Chosen To Be A U.s. Navy Combat Artist. For His Outstanding Work, The Artist Was Awarded The Navy?s Meritorious Public Service Award And The Air Force Sergeants Association?s Americanism Medal. In 1991, Three Of Phillips? Works Were Chosen As Part Of The Top 100 In ?art For The Parks,? The Prestigious Annual Fund-raiser For The National Park Service, And One Painting Received The ?art History Award? From The National Park Foundation.

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