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Forged In China Skies Print

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As the official artist and honoree of the American Fighter Aces Association, Roy completed 51 original paintings for the AFAA, accurately portraying the aerial combat of aces from WW1, WW2, Vietnam and the Korean War.

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As the official artist and honoree of the American Fighter Aces Association, Roy completed 51 original paintings for the AFAA, accurately portraying the aerial combat of aces from WW1, WW2, Vietnam and the Korean War. These paintings are based on the oral history of the aces involved, and are as close as they can be to what really occurred, as if someone was taking a photograph of the action. Roy was the proud recipient of the R. G. Smith Award for Excellence in Naval Aviation Art in 1999 at the National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola, Florida.  Roy's original paintings are displayed in many museums throughout the United States. Prints feature Roy’s signature printed on the border and measure about 19”w x 13”h.

Story Behind the Art
This vibrant image depicts an AVG P-40 of the 23rd Fighter Group and an A-10 from the 23rd Fighter Squadron. The 23rd Fighter Squadron is an extension of the original 23rd AVG Fighter Group and they have carried on the legacy and spirit of the AVG. by painting their aircraft with the Flying Tiger markings. When some of the P-40 Aces saw the original painting, they asked if they could sign it and the signatures looked so cool we decided to leave them on when the painting was reproduced. The signatures include two AVG Flying Tiger Aces, David Lee “Tex” Hill, and Chuck Older, and P-40 Ace John Allison.

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As the official artist and honoree of the American Fighter Aces Association, Roy completed 51 original paintings for the AFAA, accurately portraying the aerial combat of aces from WW1, WW2, Vietnam and the Korean War. These paintings are based on the oral history of the aces involved, and are as close as they can be to what really occurred, as if someone was taking a photograph of the action. Roy was the proud recipient of the R. G. Smith Award for Excellence in Naval Aviation Art in 1999 at the National Naval Aviation Museum in Pensacola, Florida.  Roy's original paintings are displayed in many museums throughout the United States. Prints feature Roy’s signature printed on the border and measure about 19”w x 13”h.

Story Behind the Art
This vibrant image depicts an AVG P-40 of the 23rd Fighter Group and an A-10 from the 23rd Fighter Squadron. The 23rd Fighter Squadron is an extension of the original 23rd AVG Fighter Group and they have carried on the legacy and spirit of the AVG. by painting their aircraft with the Flying Tiger markings. When some of the P-40 Aces saw the original painting, they asked if they could sign it and the signatures looked so cool we decided to leave them on when the painting was reproduced. The signatures include two AVG Flying Tiger Aces, David Lee “Tex” Hill, and Chuck Older, and P-40 Ace John Allison.

Show Frame Colors

More Information on our Custom Framing


Ordering Instructions

  1. Please specify framed or unframed
  2. Please specify frame type and color

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