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Dear Visitor,

Thank you for taking the time to visit our site.  We hope you enjoyed viewing the images and thank you for the opportunity to serve you in the past. 

Yours sincerely,

John R.

Since the inception of our highly specialised art business in 1987, Aviation Art undoubtedly established itself as the largest supplier of Military Gallery aviation and naval art prints in Australasia and the Southern Hemisphere!

We specialised in aviation artworks not only from around the world, but with a particular focus on the exploits of Australians at war in the air.

Consequently, we were the only online gallery to specialise in works covering the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF).

It was our practice that all prints sold by Aviation Art are issued with a certificate of authenticity stating the total quantity of prints issued in the edition, confirming authenticity of the signatures, and in the case of a limited edition, inscribed with the matching unique number inscribed on the individual print.

Buyers are advised to keep certificates safely as a future means of provenance.

Works we had commissioned
Over the years, we had commissioned several original paintings and subsequent print editions. We had funded organisations such as the Spitfire Memorial Defence Fellowship and the Darwin Aviation Museum by way of print sales.

The SMDF will provide an annual scholarship in the field of defence for a young Australian, and the Museum’s full size replica Spitfire has become a reality.

On 18 February 1994, we re-united the surviving participants of Operation Jericho, the Amiens Prison raiders. Fifty years on, Amiens France, the gallant Mosquito and Typhoon crews met French Resistance survivors where the "Walls came tumbling down".

During 1999 we assisted the Australian War Memorial Foundation via specially commissioned editions, one to aid the preservation of their famous WWII Lancaster - G for GEORGE of 460 Sqn RAAF.

Print Copyrights
The copyrights to all images on the Aviation Art website are jointly owned by Aviation Art and the artists. Reproduction of any image, via any media, for any purpose, without written permission of the copyright holders will constitute an infringement of copyright which will be vigorously pursued by the copyright holders.

It should be noted that the purchaser of an original painting or drawing does not acquire the copyright to that piece of art. Copyright always remains the property of the copyright holder unless transferred via a formal bill of sale.