De havilland Tigermoth

The Tigermoth was a popular training aircraft used by the Royal Air Force and was the predecessor to the Chipmunk. I saw this particular aircraft at a recent visit to the Imperial War Museum Duxford. The aircraft was coming in to land and I was very fortunate to get a picture that I could use to make a painting. I have always liked the striking yellow colour scheme and is something different from what I have painted before.


  • flying
  • aircraft
  • raf
  • biplanes
  • aviation
  • dehavilland

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60 x 50 cm
Acrylic on canvas
10 Months ago

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Nicholas Peter Coker

I am a self taught painter. My work focuses on aviation, specifically WWII aircraft. My interest is creating pieces that focus on the esthetics of the aircraft and not placing them in a wartime context. In my newer work I am interested in the human connection between 'man and machine'.


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