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Best WW1 Aviation Painting in the Exhibition

Every summer, the Guild of Aviation Artists stages ‘Aviation Paintings of the Year’, a major exhibition at the prestigious Mall Galleries in Central London, where over 400 works go on show. It is the largest exhibition of its kind in the world and this year’s exhibition ran from 17th to 23rd July 2017.

The winner of this year’s CCI Prize for Best WW1 Aviation Painting was Rodney Diggens‘ magnificent acrylic, "The Most Noble of Causes - RAF SE5a v Pfalz DIII", which sold for £975. High commended by the CCI connoisseurs was "Letter from Home - Reflective RFC pilot with SE5a" by Graham Turner and "East Coast Patrol - Felixstowe F2A, 1918" by James Colthorpe.

See http://bit.ly/2f5AQlb for all the 2017 paintings.
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Article posted: 13/09/2017

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