Hi Guys......I have an addiction and that is I can't stop buying aviation art. I often say to myself that this will be my last but it never is.
It all started when my wife ( now ex) brought me a Ron Fulstow print of a Spitfire for my birthday, .. and now I"m up too 15 fulstows, 5 being originals. I'm also a big fan of Nicolas Trudgians work, numbering up to 6 now with two more in the pipe line, also 2 Robert Taylors and a Gerald Coulson .
I get immence pleasure out of viewing them all but still have a few unframed .The wall space has become a bit of a problem but have boarded up a few windows to help solve that.
We don't have any dealers in NZ (that I know of) so I purchase from Australia , UK and the States.
I am new to eHanger ,which I think it's great to be able to share our passion and view other members collections
Congratulations... five Fulstow originals... very nice indeed. 8-)
I have always admired the Fulstow originals in the NZ Fighter Pilot's Museum as being very fine paintings and a friend of mine has commissioned him on a couple of occasions with equally pleasing results.
Once you find your way around the site, you might wish to post some pics by opening a thread in the 'Your Collection' forum... I'm sure there are many of us here that would like to see them. :)
This site is new to me and am still feeling my way around ;
I have a really old computer (11 years) with windows 98 on it, no printer, scanner or camera, and is as slow as a wet week so as soon as I up date my equipment I will do my best to post some of the Ron Fulstow out of my collection, of which I forgot to mention that 90% is pencil work but is that still OK ?
Maybe if I didn't spend so much on aviation art I'd have a modern pc
Dene (corsair) are you still lurking here on the ehangar site?
I recently very nearly bid on a Ron Fulstow original pencil drawing of a Tempest attacking a 109 or 190? with 5 NZ aces signatures. It was on ebay, the seller from NZ, can't remember the username of the seller..............don't suppose it was you was it?