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Robin Smith

Robin Smith

Quality has always been of supreme importance to me from artwork through printing/ paper thickness and quality to framing and efficient despatch. I try to ensure my major aviation prints are veteran pilot /navigator signed, which massively increases the collectability of the item. I attend most of the large airshows around the country, painting on site, chatting at length and answering questions.

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Robin Smith Aviation Art Prints, Paintings and Drawings
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Diamonds of the Sky by Robin Smith.


Diamonds of the Sky by Robin Smith.

Item Code : RS0003Diamonds of the Sky by Robin Smith. - Editions Available
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Morning Glory by Robin Smith.


Morning Glory by Robin Smith.

Resplendent in the morning sunrise, the Avro Lancaster sits majestically. One could almost believe it is a wild animal sniffing the air, secure in its natural habitat. Watching the scene, the total silence is occasionally broken by the chink of a dropped spanner, a young voice expresses a solved problem, fresh human silhouettes materialise through the mist from behind a massive wheel, we realise how many people are actually there. These are not pilots or navigators or gunners. They are fitters, armourers and mechanics, working as a team, every individual with his or her own duty fulfilling a common purpose, to get the aircraft ready for its next sortie that evening.
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Image size 18.5 inches x 11.5 inches (47cm x 30cm)Artist : Robin Smith£60.00

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PRINT Signed limited edition of 500 prints, signed by aircrew and artist.
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Bombing Up Yorker by Robin Smith.


Bombing Up Yorker by Robin Smith.

This print depicts a Lancaster Mk.III powered by four Merlin engines. Assigned to 44 (Rhodesia) squadron on 5th February 1944 to Dunholme Lodge, KM (Yorker) ND 578 was flown by P.O. John Chatterton on its first fifteen operations after which he received the D.F.C. In fact the whole crew received the D.F.C after their tour, this being very unusual during the war, a gesture reflecting the heroism of the equally brave crew. Y-Yorker completed its 100th sortie in February 1945 with F.O. Hayler as skipper, surviving to complete its 123rd operation by 17/18th April with Harold Parkin in the driving seat, by this time stationed at Spilsby. The significance of the spade nose art reflects to the fact that John Chatterton was a farmer, a career that continued after the war, and became his logo. Unfortunately, his commander didnt approve of it, and it only lasted one week before it had to come off!
Item Code : RS0002Bombing Up Yorker by Robin Smith. - Editions Available
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Image size 21.5 inches x 13.5 inches (55cm x 35cm) Chatterston, John
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Tiger Moth by Robin Smith.


Tiger Moth by Robin Smith.

The little Moth represents everything a true light aircraft should have. Conventional / traditional construction of tubular steel with lots of lovely timber and doped fabric. Bolted on the front end is a wonderful oily, crackly Gypsy Major engine culminating in an aeroplane to die for!
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