World War 2 Art :: Aviation Art Prints

All Avi-Art prints feature World War 2 aviation themes, focusing on the air war over Europe and especially the Battle of Britain. We have a large range of prints, grouped into individual collections. World War 2 produced some iconic images, and Geoff's art reflects many of those. If you are looking for anything in particular, try our Search page, but otherwise, browse the site and see what you find!

The images below are just a small selection of the prints we have available featuring World War 2 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 - World War 2 Art

Flight Lieutenant Tony Cooper of No.64 Squadron and his wingman patrol the D-Day beaches in June 1944. This aircraft, a Spitfire Mk.Vb, is now on display in the United States National World War II Museum. Each Beachhead Patrol print is individually hand-signed by Flight Lieutenant Tony Cooper.

Price: £49.50   Edition: 200

From the Limited Editions collection

World War 2 Art - Beachhead Patrol

LE18 - Remember Me? - World War 2 Art

The B17G Flying Fortress "Remember Me?" of the 457th Bomb Group, 8th Air Force homeward bound to Glatton. The pilot Captain Charles E.Barrier, who named this B-17, flew 30 missions during WWII, approximately half of them in this aircraft. The 457th was known as the 'Fireball Outfit', dropping 16,915 tons of bombs on occupied territory.

Signed by: Captain Charles E. Barrier

Price: £57.50   Edition: 250

From the Limited Editions collection

World War 2 Art - Remember Me?

PC5 - 609 Squadron's 200th - World War 2 Art

Pilot Officer 'Pinkie' Stark of 609 Squadron shoots down a Junkers 88 on 5th October 1943. This was 609 Squadron's 200th victory.
The print comes with a special Collector's Sheet signed by sixteen 609 Squadron veterans.

Price: £57.50   Edition: 100

From the Pencil Sketches collection

World War 2 Art - 609 Squadron's 200th

BB5 - Victory over Kent - World War 2 Art

A Spitfire Mk1 buzzes its victim, a Messerschmitt Bf109. Kent in the summer of 1940. Each print is hand-signed by five renowned Battle of Britain pilots:

Marshall of the Royal Air Force Sir John Grandy
Air Chief Marshal Sir Christopher Foxley-Norris
Flight Lieutenant M E Croskell
Wing Commander I H Cosby
Air Commodore A C Deere

Price: £120.00   Edition: 525

From the Scenes of the Battle of Britain collection

World War 2 Art - Victory over Kent

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