Simon Cattlin

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Climbing F2

from 36.00
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Climbing F2

from 36.00

The English Electric Lightning was a phenomenal symbol of extreme fighter design during the post war years. The F2 was perhaps the prettiest , and most popular, of the early versions and boasted an improved flight envelope with a fully variable re-heat and an automatic flight control system.

In this painting a 19 Squadron Mk 2 is climbing steeply far above the summer cloud deck with strong sunlight reflecting off the unpainted upper surfaces.

Original oil on canvas, image size 41cm x 30cm. Signed by the artist. Framed.                                                                                          

£495.00

Signed and numbered limited edition giclee prints. Image size = 37cm x 27cm.

315 gsm fine art paper. Edition size x 195  £36.00

330 gsm cotton canvas. Edition size x 95  £124.00

Dibond composite aluminium panel. Edition size x 95  £95.00

For full specification please go to https://www.simoncattlin.com/faq/

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The English Electric Lightning was a phenomenal symbol of extreme fighter design during the post war years. The F2 was perhaps the prettiest , and most popular, of the early versions and boasted an improved flight envelope with a fully variable re-heat and an automatic flight control system.

In this painting a 19 Squadron Mk 2 is climbing steeply far above the summer cloud deck with strong sunlight reflecting off the unpainted upper surfaces.

Original oil on canvas, image size 41cm x 30cm. Signed by the artist. Framed.                                                                                          

£495.00

Signed and numbered limited edition giclee prints. Image size = 37cm x 27cm.

315 gsm fine art paper. Edition size x 195  £36.00

330 gsm cotton canvas. Edition size x 95  £124.00

Dibond composite aluminium panel. Edition size x 95  £95.00

For full specification please go to https://www.simoncattlin.com/faq/

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