He introduces the paintings of Fellows, as works that tell the large stories of aviation in the Pacific, and the heroes of Army, Navy and Marine aviation.
- Pacific skies : American flyers in World War II / Jerome Klinkowitz.
- Columbia (Images of America).
- Hunger, Thirst, Sex, and Sleep: How the Brain Controls Our Passions!
- Our Musical World, Book 2: Assets of a Global Visions - Human Universals in Music (Our Musical World: Exploring Humanitys Creative Diversity).
- Journey 8: Brighton to Cromer (Great British Railway Journeys, Book 8).
- Ilyn (Tales of Mimion).
Depicting everything from famous dogfights, aces, and less glamorous but equally vital scenes of bomber pilots, patrol aircraft, and transport planes in action. Fellows' spectacular paintings bring scenes of air combat to life that have never before been depicted, covering American and also, some of the Japanese aviation events.
War in Pacific Skies: Featuring the Aviation Art of Jack Fellows – Book Review
For anyone that is a fan of fine aviation art, or Pacific history, this book is a must. In addition, some of Fellow's paintings appear on aviation magazines. Official website of author and artist: JackFellows.
- World With No Visa.
- Pacific Skies: American Flyers in World War II?
- Legends Of The Turf.
- At Her Command (Fantasy Heights Book 3).
- Hooper genealogy;
Unexploded Ordnance UXO. How You Can Help.
War in Pacific Skies: The Aviation Art of Jack Fellows (Book Review)
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Reviewed by Arthur H. Paul, Minn. I see one of them every day — a print of his Squirlbate hangs on my office wall, depicting Lieutenant Dick Vodra in his Curtiss P flaming a Japanese Zero that was on the tail of another P My print was signed by Vodra himself when we met to discuss his article about that event and his wartime activities in New Guinea Aviation History , January I always enjoy looking at a Fellows painting whenever I see one used as an illustration in Aviation History or elsewhere, although I somehow missed many of them and just lost track of others.
But now that War in Pacific Skies: The Aviation Art of Jack Fellows has been published, I have them all — all, that is, up to the time of printing of this hefty coffee-table book that provides not only a graphic portrayal of World War II in the Pacific but also the textual background to the paintings and the general war itself. It is not just a pretty picture book, it is a history book that has great illustrations. I personally like realistic portrayals of aviation action, and Fellows always comes through in spades.
His action is exciting, and his research is detailed.