Fine Arts: A man for all seasons who amassed exquisite art
The art collection of former WWII fighter pilot and Hollywood executive Tony Bartley will be auctioned off on September 5 by Mullens
Few careers have been as distinguished – or as diverse – as that of Tony Bartley. Twice awarded for gallantry as a Spitfire fighter ace in World War II, he also performed the aerobatics for the film The First of the Few, which chronicled the life of the Spitfire's designer RJ Mitchell.
Post-war, he became a test pilot in the US and through his sister, a Bletchley Park codebreaker, he met and married her flatmate,...
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