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 🙂
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This looks like a Royal Thai Air Force (RTAF) Nakajima Oscar attacking a US B-29 Superfortress bomber. I am unsure of this incident as I thought Thailand was neutral during WW2 or were they allies of the Japanese?
This looks like a Nakajima Nate fighter.
A Spad biplane fighter.
This looks like a Japanese Sonia
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