WW2 Art :: Prints
All of Geoff's paintings and sketches feature WW2 Art themes, specifically WW2 aviation themes. Though his personal passion lies in the Battle of Britain period, Geoff's talents as an aviation artist have produced many diverse and commended works. Some examples of Geoff's WW2 art can be seen below.
The images below are just a small selection of the prints we have available featuring WW2 art. For the full range, browse the Avi-Art Prints collections using the buttons on the left.
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Images shown are a representation only. Actual prints are of the highest quality.
LE12 - Beachhead Patrol - WW2 Art
Flight Lieutenant Tony Cooper of No.64 Squadron in his Mk.Vb Spitfire on patrol over the D-Day beaches, June 1944. This aircraft has been restored by Patrick F.Taylor and is on display in the United States National World War II Museum.
From the Limited Editions collection
BB11 - Battle over London - WW2 Art
Do17Z rammed by Sgt. Ray Holmes of No.504 Squadron on 15th September 1940.
Air Vice-Marshal J E Johnson
Flight Lieutenant R T Holmes
Air Commodore R Berry
Group Captain D E Gillam
From the Scenes of the Battle of Britain collection
AA10 - Salute to the Few - WW2 Art
Flight Lieutenant James Paterson of 92 Squadron, Biggin Hill, roars across the Darent Valley, Shoreham, Kent during the summer of 1940, to the waves of farm workers.
From the Open Editions collection
PC5 - 609 Squadron's 200th - WW2 Art
Pilot Officer 'Pinkie' Stark shoots down 609 Squadron's 200th victory, a Ju88 south of Soissons, France on 5th October 1943.
Includes special Collector's Sheet signed by sixteen 609 Sqdn veterans. Very collectable print.
From the Pencil Sketches collection