Art Deco Air Racers - DH.88 Comet Original Painting

More from Stephen Chard GAvA

DH.88 Comet Original Aviation Art Painting by Aviation Artist Stephen Chard GAvA

 Designed for the MacRobertson Air Race of 1934, three examples of the De Havilland DH.88 Comet took part in the event from London to Melbourne with 'Grosvenor House', now preserved at the Shuttleworth Collection, winning the race in 71 hours.

The three entrants can are seen together in Stephen Chard's aviation art painting, these being G-ACSS 'Grosvenor House', G-ACSP 'Black Magic' and the un-named G-ACSR. winning the race in 71 hours. 

A total of five DH.88 were produced and it had been thought that all but 'Grosvenor House' had been destroyed. However, after nearly forty years 'Black Magic' was re-discovered and is currently undergoing restoration in Derbyshire, U.K. 

This original, framed and varnished painting comes ready to hang and measures 76cm x 63cm. Could interested parties please contact us by email to arrange payment and delivery


You recently viewed

Clear recently viewed