Michael Turner, Aviation artist
Michael Turner, we have a selection of aviation art prints many of
them published in the late 1970's. These aviation art prints by Michael
Turner include prints of Spitfire, FW190, Hawker Horsley, Fairey IIID, De
Havialnd DH2 and Hawker Harts. available direct form from the Military art
company a division of Cranston Fine Arts
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Night Mail to Paris by Michael Turner.
Imperial Airways Handley Page HP42 Hengist prepares to leave Croydon Airport on a misty evening in 1936.
Item Code : GT0151
Night Mail to Paris by Michael Turner. - Editions Available
Alex Henshaw in his winning Mew Gull, swoops low over Hatfield airfield, followed by Giles Guthries Mew Gull and Les Cliffs Hawk Major. Seen on the ground are Geoffrey de Havillands Tk-2 and D.H. Comet G-ACSS. The winners race average of 252.25 mph is the fastest ever recorded by a British winning aircraft.
Item Code : GT0083
1938 Kings Cup by Michael Turner - Editions Available
The Hawker Horsley was the last wooden aircraft to be constructed by Hawker. It was designed initially in 1923 but modified in 1925 to meet the need for torpedoes. In January 1927, No.11 Squadron were equipped with Horsleys and then No.100 Squadron. In 1928, No.33 and No.15 Squadron were also equipped with Horsleys. The first torpedo bomber versions were used by No.36 squadron from June 1928, being sent to Singapore shortly thereafter. No Horsleys were built after February 1934.
Item Code : DHM1467
Hawker Horsley by Michael Turner. - Editions Available
As dawn breaks over Normandy on the 6th June 1944, a low flying RAF Douglas Boston of 88 Squadron defies hostile fire to lay a protective smoke screen over the first wave of British troops approaching the invasion beaches. The Boston E for Easy is Piloted by Flight Officer Leslie Valentine C de G. ad his Navigator Pat McVeigh.
Item Code : GT0153
Friendly Smoke by Michael Turner. - Editions Available
At the height of the Battle of Britain in August 1940, Spitfires of 610 Squadron from Biggin Hill are seen dogfighting with Messerschmitt 109s in the summer sky high above Kent, whilst Hurricanes of 501 Squadron from Gravesend engage an incoming formation of Dornier 17s as they cross the coastline below.
Item Code : GT0152
Against the Odds by Michael Turner. - Editions Available
The official commemoration of the 60th Anniversary of Bomber Command was marked by a moving service in St.Pauls Cathedral on 24th April 2002, attended by over 1500 surviving WWII bomber crews and personnel. At the end of the service, those present emerged onto the steps of the Cathedral to hear the unmistakable sound of four Merlin engines approaching, and at precisely 12.20pm the BBMF Lancaster flew over the assembled crowd who burst into spontaneous applause - a fitting and emotive tribute to the sacrifice and dedication of so many.
Item Code : GT0070
In Remembrance by Michael Turner. - Editions Available