New Artwork from April Books!

In Military History, Featured

The first artwork reveal of 2016 is here, with three beautiful plates to showcase from our April 2016 releases. Enjoy!

Campaign 292: Camden 1780 by David Smith

Our first illustration is the work of Graham Turner and shows a soldier overlooking the Bombardment of Charleston from a battery at Fenwick's Point.

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Warrior 179: US Army Green Beret in Afghanistan 2001-02 by Leigh Neville

Next up is this great plate from Peter Dennis, which shows troops conducting specialist mobility training with their ground mobility vehicles or GMVs.

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Men-at-Arms 505: Imperial Chinese Armies 1840-1911 by Philip S. Jowett

Last, but by no means least, is this stunning illustration by Gerry Embleton. It depicts Li Hung-change, one of the most prominent Chinese political and military figures of the late 19th century, flanked by a Captain of the Imperial Army and a standard-bearer from the Army of Ch'iu Feng-chia.

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Have these three plates whetted your appetite for our upcoming titles? Let us know in the comments section below.

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PAUL W posted on 14 Feb 2016 15:32:15
I agree with painty some nice pics but Mr Turner's, not for the first time, is a nice picture but not alot is actually going on, prefer a bit more action!
GI Gene posted on 15 Jan 2016 16:12:11
I like these, they have a certain art gallery quality to them.
The first I would call "Man with Cannon."
The second "Mad Max Fury Road: Afghanistan."
Paintybeard posted on 15 Jan 2016 13:25:33
Actually I thought that the Garry Embleton picture is rather clearer than some of his recent works. (Lovely banner!) I hope all eight will be up to this standard as I am looking forward to the Chinese title.

The Graham Turner picture is nice, but awfully sparse.
KenA posted on 15 Jan 2016 12:28:19
Well I know it has been said that a picture is worth a thousand words but I have to say that these images don’t actually say a lot to me. I rather like the drag race across the Afghanistan plains. That rather appeals when there were serious matters going on at the time in that country that must have been at the forefront of the troops’ thoughts. Of the three subjects, Imperial China interests me most but I want more detail than a MAA title can provide, so I am looking elsewhere.

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