Aviation artist Keith Woodcock's
aviation art prints available from Cranston Fine Arts. Aviation prints of
Keith Woodcock are shown throughout this website, aircraft such as the
Halifax, Lancaster, Stirling, Lightning, Vulcan and as shown here
Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane.
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Hawker Hurricane Mk I L1856 of 1 Sqn RAF by Keith Woodcock.
Item Code : WC0007
Hawker Hurricane Mk I L1856 of 1 Sqn RAF by Keith Woodcock. - Editions Available ***New Release !*** (February 2017)
Lancaster BIII OF-J PB410 of 97 sqn. lifts off from Coningsby (Tattershall Castle in the background) in 1944/45 en route for a night mission over Germany. This squadron was the second to equip with Lancasters in Jan1942 after a year with its predecessor, the Manchester. It used Lancasters until July 1946 when it converted to yet another Avro type, the Lincoln.
Item Code : DHM2411
Night Mission Ahead by Keith Woodcock. - Editions Available
Front image and overall size 8.75 inches x 6.5 inches (22cm x 16cm)
Handley Page Hampden by Keith Woodcock.
In September 1938, 49 Squadron was the first Squadron to be equipped with Hampden aircraft. During the Second World War they carried out the attack on the Dortmund-Ems Canal on 12th August 1940. The squadron flew Hampdens until 1942 when No.49 Squadron converted to Manchester bombers.
Item Code : WC0008
Handley Page Hampden by Keith Woodcock. - Editions Available ***New Release !*** (February 2017)
The last purely British fighter aircraft to be used by the Royal Air Force, the Lightning offered a truly massive performance advantage over existing equipment when it was introduced into squadron service in 1960, achieving level flight speed of around, 1400mph. The prototype known as the P1 had flown in 1954 but production aircraft were not available until 1959, a long gestation period but perhaps understandable with such an advanced machine with many untried, new features. The painting shows an F1A of 111 squadron taking off from its base at Wattisham. The remarque drawing shows an aircraft of 56 squadron Firebirds in 1963 when they were the official RAF aerobatics team for that year. 337 Lightnings were produced, serving with nine squadrons of the Royal Air Force before being supersede by the Phantom and Tornado.
Item Code : DHM2427
BAC Lightning by Keith Woodcock. - Editions Available
Royal Air Force ground crew engineers work on the engine of a Lancaster at its squadron's airfield. A fitting tribute to the Avro Lancaster bomber of Bomber Command and all the crews that flew in and also worked on this magnificent aircraft.
Item Code : KW0002
Lancasters by Keith Woodcock. - Editions Available
On a cold winter' day with some snow covering the taxi ways on a RAF airfield, Royal Air Force ground crew engineers work on the engine of a Mosquito. A fitting tribute to the Mosquito fighter bomber and all the crews that flew in and also worked on this magnificent aircraft.
Item Code : KW0006
Mosquitos by Keith Woodcock. - Editions Available ***New Release !*** (February 2017)
Front image and overall size 8.75 inches x 6 inches (22cm x 15cm)
Deterrent at Dawn by Keith Woodcock.
A Vulcan Mk B2 of 44 sqn lifting off into the dawn sky during the cold war. 44 sqn were the first equipped with these aircraft in 1960, initially receiving the earlier Mk 1As passed on from 83 and 617 sqns who had upgraded to the B2 as the Mk 1A was phased out. It was in fact the last squadron to use them, seeing active service in the bombing of Port Stanley during the Falklands war and finally relinquishing them in 1984
Item Code : DHM2412
Deterrent at Dawn by Keith Woodcock. - Editions Available
To celebrate 50 years gone - and still going strong, Lancaster PA474 City of Lincoln depicted as she is in 1995, and as she appeared in 1946 and 1962. Published in 1995 by the Lincolnshire Lancaster Association. We have managed to get probably the last 30 copies of this print.
Item Code : KW0041
Time Flies by Keith Woodcock. - Editions Available ***New Release !*** (February 2017)
Lightning F6s of 5 squadron taking off from Binbrook in the 1970s. This squadron first flew the Lightning (an earlier mark) in October 1965. It was the first truly supersonic fighter to see service with the RAF and was the mainstay of Britains air defence during the cold war, finally replaced by the Tornado F3 in 1988.
Item Code : DHM2410
Portrait of Power by Keith Woodcock. - Editions Available