Below you find some examples of my paintings, a large example will open after clicking on the small image. I work with both acrylic and oil paint and the dimensions also differ per painting. These specifications are described for each work.
What remains the same for every painting is the joy with which I made it and the degree of detail and realism in the scene shown. I look forward to making a painting for you too!
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The Hawker Hunter is a transonic British jet-powered fighter aircraft that was developed by Hawker Aircraft for the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the late 1940s and early 1950s. The unit cost was about £100,000 in 1956 (equivalent to £2.5 million today)
The Hawker Hunter in the painting was built at Blackpool for he Royal Air Force in 1956 as a single seat Mk.4 variant and was later converted by Hawker into a two seat T.8 trainer version and delivered to the Royal Navy at Lossiemouth.
She remained in service with the Royal Navy in various roles and assignments, and was retired in 1994. Early in 2007 the Dutch Hawker Hunter Fundation has been granted permission by the CAA to fly this aircraft in full authentic Dutch markings without visibly carrying its British registration. G-BWGL and the Dutch serial ‘N-321' instead.
Painting: oil on canvas 100 x 70cm
North American P-51C 'Mustang'
The Mustang single-seat fighter and fighter-bomber was used during World War II and the Korean War, among other conflicts. The aircraft is widely regarded as the finest all-around piston-engined fighter of World War II to be produced in significant numbers.
The remains of this rare P-51C on this painting were originally recovered from Israel in the late 1970's and restored using a modified P-51D wing. Later owned by the Fighter Collection, it was fuly rebuilt and painted as 'Princess Elizabeth', an aircraft of the 352FG based at Bodney.
Painting: acrylic on canvas 30 x 40 cm.
The Avro Vulcan is a jet-powered tailless delta wing high-altitude strategic bomber, which was operated by the Royal Air Force (RAF) from 1956 until 1984. As part of Britain's independent nuclear deterrent, the Vulcan initially carried Britain's first nuclear weapon,
After retirement by the RAF, one example, B.2 XH558, named The Spirit of Great Britain, in this painting was restored for use in display flights and air shows. XH558's final ever flight occurred on 28 October 2015, a small display at its Doncaster Sheffield base.