Aviation art prints by Roy Cross. Aviation
artist Roy Cross has produced these superb low cost aviation art prints of
the Consolidated Catalina and the Hawker Hurricane These aviation art
prints are available direct from Cranston Fine Arts
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Curtiss Tomahawks by Roy Cross.
Curtiss Tomahawks of No.414 Sqn RAF supplied from the United States under the lend-lease program.
Item Code : DHM5021
Curtiss Tomahawks by Roy Cross. - Editions Available
A pair of 238 Squadron Hawker Hurricane fighters at the height of the Battle of Britain patrol the southern counties. The Hurricane is sometimes overlooked for its important role in the Battle of Britain. During the Battle 238 Squadoro losses would be 17, the third highest for Royal Air Force squadrons which participated in the Battle of Britain.
Two Spitfires - the world's most famous fighter aeroplane and the mosy outstanding success of British wartime aviation. The whole production lifespan is encapsulated in this image. The prototype machine K5054, built in 1936 is seen flying behind the final Mk24 of 1946. From the first flight in March 1936, it took over two years before the first RAF squadr (No.19) was equipped with the production Mk.I version in August 1938, and by June 1940 there were only nineteen Spitfire squadrons. They formed a significant part of the force that fought and won the Battle of Britain against the Luftwaffe.
Item Code : DHM5022
Spitfire - The Last and the First by Roy Cross. - Editions Available