Wade Meyers


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Most Dangerous Game Poster

Most Dangerous Game Poster By Wade Meyers


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8.00" x 4.00"


10.00" x 6.00"



Most Dangerous Game by Wade Meyers - 8.00" x 4.00"



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Rolled in a Tube



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Most Dangerous Game by Wade Meyers

This painting depicts two Netherlands-based (Deelen) JG 1 Wurgers as they roll in on 8th Air Force B-17F Flying Fortresses as the Forts go "feet wet" over the German Bight after an attack on the industrial area of Emden, Germany on 27 September 1943. The featured Fw 190 A-6 is Oblt. Georg Schott in his "Weiss 11". Schott, Staffelkapitan of 1./JG 1 and a 16-victory ace and Condor Legion veteran, was downed by return fire from the bombers on this attack and bailed out. He made it into his dinghy, but search and rescue efforts proved futile. Schott's body, still in his dinghy, washed ashore on the island of Sylt three weeks later on 11 October. The "checkerboard" nose markings were worn by I./JG 1 machines during 1943 for quick...

About the Artist - Wade Meyers

Wade Meyers

Wade Meyers spent his early years at Fort Bragg, North Carolina before his family moved to Bossier City, La. when he was ten years old. Fulfilling a dream, Wade soloed a Cessna 150 at age 17 and went on to earn his Commercial and Flight Instructor pilot certificates. After high school, he earned a B.A. in History from Louisiana State University in Shreveport while serving in the US Air Force Reserve at Barksdale Air Force Base. With marriage came a move to the beautiful Birmingham, Alabama area. Diving in head first, Wade quit his job at an aviation museum in 2003 and began to work full-time as an aviation artist. He started accepting commissions immediately, and to this day his work is primarily commission-driven. Along with his...

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