Aviation Art New Releases

Aviation Art Gallery




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Tornado Interceptor Richard Taylor The Red Arrows Michael Rondot Typhoon Supreme Michael Rondot
Tornado Interceptor Richard Taylor The artist Richard pays tribute to this legendary aircraft by depicting two famous variants the Tornado F3 Air Defence Variant and the Tornado GR4 IDS Multi Role Variant.
The Red Arrows Michael Rondot Renowned throughout the world for their dynamic precision displays flying nine red Hawk jets. The Red Arrows, showcase the Royal Air Force and represent the nation both in the UK and overseas.
Typhoon Supreme Michael Rondot Typhoon Supreme depicts a pair of F-16s falling prey to the superior air combat fighting and performance capabilities of a single RAF Typhoon.
Stirling Service Mark Postlethwaite. Merlin Magic Robert Taylor Canberra PR9 The Black Hole Michael Rondot
Stirling Service Mark Postlethwaite. A 218 (Gold Coast) Squadron crew arrive at their veteran Short Stirling N3721 in preparation for another bombing mission over Germany, it will be yet another long and dangerous night ahead for the weary crews from RAF Bomber Command.
Merlin Magic Robert Taylor With their Rolls Royce Merlin engines purring in perfect harmony and the warm glow of the morning sun behind them, a pair of Supermarine Mk.V Spitfires race home as storm clouds gather below.
Canberra PR9 The Black Hole Michael Rondot The PR9 was the ultimate high-performance RAF Canberra variant. It was powered by two Rolls Royce Avon 206 turbojets which gave it exceptional performance at extreme altitude and sparkling handling at low level
Bombing up Tommy Richard Taylor Clearing Skies Robert Taylor Home again England Robert Taylor
Bombing up Tommy Richard Taylor Richard Taylor's outstanding painting depicts the scene just a few hours before departure, on the afternoon of 16 May 1943 at RAF Scampton as the hardworking ground crews of 617 Squadron ready their Lancasters in preparation for the night’s raid.
Clearing Skies Robert Taylor with recent heavy snow beginning to thaw, the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortresses of the famous 100th Bomb Group at Thorpe Abbotts in Norfolk are being prepared for a new mission to Germany in early 1945.
Home again England Robert Taylor A battle-weary Avro Lancaster limps home along the Norfolk coast with its outer starboard engine feathered and out of action following one of Bomber Command’s last daylight operations over enemy territory



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