A selection of fine art prints to give this Christmas. All prints are individually artist signed and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
WINGS OVER WINDSOR
Featuring aircraft from the 'Royal Air Force Battle of Britain Memorial Flight' (BBMF) over Windsor Castle, England. The painting was completed only a month prior to the passing of the late Queen Elizabeth II.
REDS OVER LONDON
The Red Arrows have been a favourite at airshows since their first display in 1965 and continue to wow crowds with their skillful aerobatic manoeuvres at shows each year.
They also play their part in commemorating Royal and Military occasions with a Flypast over Buckingham Palace. All nine jets take part in a Flypast and in this scene four jets are in view from the right side of the formation.
CHANGING OF THE GUARD
Flying gracefully over Lincoln Cathedral, these four aircraft highlight the importance of past and present UK air defence. The Lancaster and Spitfire are shown breaking away from the formation to symbolise old heroes moving aside to make way for the Vulcan and a modern day fighter, the Typhoon, as the RAF continue their story.
Lancaster "Queenie" ND392 (AR-Q) 460 Sqn RAAF, RAF Binbrook.
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Featuring a pair of F.6 Lightnings (74 Sqn) and PR.7 Canberra (81 Sqn) of the RAF Far East Air Force based at RAF Tengah; depicted flying along the Singapore coastline circa 1969.
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A FATHER’S LEGACY
The setting is over the Rocky Mountains, Colorado and depicts the view from an F-15C across at a KC-135 refuelling an F-22 with F-16 off the wing.
BELGAE GALLORUM FORTISSIMI
Spitfire Mk. V AB276, MN-U, 350 (Belgian) Squadron RAF (RAF Friston, Sussex, circa June 1944). Depicted flying above The Needles on the Isle of Wight. Note the black bands around the lighthouse which were not painted red until 1949. This is quite apt and compliments the D-day stripes on the Spitfire.
Featuring B-24J "Sky Tramp" 42-73143 of 5th Bomb Group, 72nd Bomb Squadron during their participation in Truk Island raid April 1944; targeting Moen Airfield.
Moen Airfield has been successfully bombed, but the "Sky Tramp" crew and other B-24s now face attack from a group of Zero fighters.
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"WHERE IT ALL BEGAN" - HARRIER I
Harrier T8 (ZB604/722) and Sea Harrier FA2 (ZH813/006) flying low over Dunsfold Aerodrome. Period: 1995-2000.
THE CALM BEFORE THE STORM
Avro Vulcan XM607 during a test flight following her last major service at RAF St Athan, April 1979. At the time XM607 was with RAF IX(B) Squadron. Caught in the beam of Nash Point Lighthouse (Marcross, Wales); the Vulcan gracefully banks as she follows the coastline before heading back to RAF St Athan.
The scene features two Panzer IV Ausf G tanks from 9. Panzer Division, Pz. Regt 33, attempting to escape from Falaise, Normandy August 1944; accompanied by a bomb laden Bf109 G-6 flying ahead to its target.
Sometimes letting people know what you'd like for Christmas can make their shopping so much easier! So this year why not drop a cheeky hint. You can share this guide below or share individual items in the store.
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