NEW ORIGINAL PAINTINGS IN STOCK

We are pleased to be able to offer new Original Paintings and Drawings from a number of our artists. Please see the Original Art section to choose by artist or subject

News

23 May 2017 - NEW ITEMS


We are pleased to have released a large number of new prints, the original paintings for which will hang in the Guild of Aviation Artists exhibition from the 17th-23rd July 2017 at the Mall Galleries, London. 

Items released include:

New McDonnell Douglas Phantom Art Prints "Goodbye Mr. C" and "Lurking at Leuchars" from Graham Henderson and Chris French

New Hawker-Siddeley Sea Harrier print "Southbound" from Paul Couper

New Motorcycle print "The Big Twins" and Railway Art Print "Great Restorations" by Lee Lacey


16 January 2017 - FURTHER NEW ITEMS


We are pleased to announce the release of new Aviation Art prints by Darryl Legg and Stephen Chard GAvA. New Ocean Liner Artwork has been added from John Stewart and several new cards from our ever expanding in-house range have also made an appearance. 


12 January 2017 - MAJOR WEBSITE UPDATE


After the Christmas rush we have now taken the opportunity to do a major update on the site. New items include Limited Edition Aviation Photographs, new Motorsport originals from Stuart Booth and Original Aviation Artwork from both Charles J. Thompson GAvA and Chris French.


10 January 2017 - STEPHEN CHARD GAvA AND NEIL HIPKISS GAvA


We are pleased to report that two of our artists, Stephen Chard and Neil Hipkiss have recently been promoted to Full Members of the Guild of Aviation Artists. 


5 August 2016- NEW WEBSITE


Welcome to our new website! After an absence of new items over the last two months while the new site has being built we have been able to bring on board several new artists and a large range of new greetings cards.

If you encountered problems with our old site recently please let us take this opportunity to apologise. We believe you will find the new site much easier to use

Can existing customers please re-register as we believed it better to not risk moving client's details across to the new site.