Aviation art prints by aviation artist
Ronald Wong. Royal Air Force aircraft Avro Lancaster, Spitfire, Mosquito
and Tornado GR1 in aviation art print by Ronald Wong, available from
Cranston Fine Arts, the military art print company.
Ronald Wong is
one of the major aviation artists of today, His original training
was in Biochemistry (gaining a Honours degree) initially he worked
for many years with the British health Service. But decided to follow his
love of painting and his childhood love of aircraft. Ronald Wong is a self
taught artist. and in his paintings his attention to detail and technical
accuracy is plain to see. He is a Member of the Guild of Aviation
artists and winner of many major prices. he also is a member of the
American Society of Aviation artists and the Canadian Association of
Aviation artists. Although we only show a small number of art prints from
this prolific artist there are many more to be added in the near future
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Dzubeks Deblinskis by Ronald Wong.
On January 21st 1941, former personell of the Polish Air Forces C.W.L. Deblin Training Centre were formed into No.315 Deblinski (City of Deblin) Fighter Squadron at Acklington, England. This was the sixth Polish squadron formed in the RAF from expatriate airmen to continue the fight against Nazi Germany. In July 1944, the squadron, flying hte Mustang Mk.III became part of the Air Defence of Gerat Britain where its primary role became Diver Patrols against V-1 flying bombs from the continent, although it continued to fly armed reconnaissance, escort and other missions over occupied Europe. At this time the unit was led by the legendary Squadron Leader Eugeniusz Horbaczewski, nicknamed Dubek, who was to achieve 16.5 victoriesin the air, with 5.5 of these in the Mustang, plus 4 V-1s downed. The stories of his courage were many, the most notable being the occasion when he landed his Mustang on an uncompleted Normandy landing strip and flew one of his downed pilots home on his lap. The.........
Friendly Ordinance (Beer Run to Normandy) by Ronald Wong.
As forward airfields were established in France after D-Day, replacement fighters being ferried to the front line from South Coast airfields were called upon to carry MoD XXX Depth Charges to support the ground troops. The XXX beer was great for troop morale.
Shortly after D-Day the menace of the V-1 was revealed. Fighter pilots evolved a daring tactic to deal with these robot aircraft. Diving first to build up their speed to match that of the V-1, they would pull alongside and use the turbulent slipstream from their wing tips to topple the missile and cause it to crash relatively harmlessly in the fields of South East England.