October 10, 2016
If we received 10 cents every time this question is asked on eHangar.com, we would be able to pay for hosting forever! 😉
This is probably one of the most frequently-asked questions in our forum, and usually asked by someone who is not an aviation art collector. And to help everyone answer this question, I am featuring a very good reply made by one of our long-time members and serious aviation art collector, fuzzy, who is also a forum moderator.
Let The Fuzz give you the Buzz 🙂 (ok, fuzzy, lame-o attempt at some punny humor, but at least it rhymes!)
June 8, 2015
I visited the Royal Thai Air Force Museum in Bangkok in November 2012 and just recently looked again at these photos I took of the aviation art displayed there.
I believe aviation art enthusiasts will be interested to view these.
The quality of the art work is quite good and I wonder if these artist or artists are local Thai or a “farang” (foreigner) was commissioned to paint them.
At any rate, please enjoy them 🙂
(If you are reading this in the Blog section, click on “Join the forum discussion on this post” to view all the other photos posted.)