I think you are due that.
Oh! It's not difficult to recognize the author (slowly lighting a Holmes pipe )
Drew a large number of illustrations. His prints can be found everywhere: from the collections for paper modeling up to serious military monographs. Very popular among publishers.
Several years ago, the publisher AJ-PRESS has released a book about the artist's work. The publisher has promised to continue the series, but something they have slowed down.
One of my favorite paintings of this Artist (sorry for offtopic, just as an example of his great art):
That is a very nice work!
Two of my favorites, of that genre are a couple of Michael Turner 'action' paintings. The first depicts (actual description) the Spitfire IX of 'Johnny' Johnson leading his Canadian wing in a 'Rhubarb' attack before D-Day. And the second depicts the Bf 109E-3 of Gruppenkommandeur of III/fG 53, Werner Molders, knocking out a luckless Hawk 75C-1. Both are reproduced in Bill Gunstons, 'Classic Aircraft Fighters'. Although, in each case they are printed across the 'central trough' of a two page spread. But you can get the gist, nontheless.