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Welcome to the home of the largest and best collection of
Concorde Fine Art in the world.

To help our customers we have created this dedicated Concorde section within our web site. We hope you will find it both helpful and interesting. If you have any questions do please email us or call 01225 444929.

Concorde – Early Morning Arrival

by Stephen Brown

Overall canvas size: 18” x 30” (approx: 45cms x 76cms)

The sight of Concorde descending over London will forever remain etched in the memory of all who were fortunate to see this amazing aircraft. At Mach 2 Concorde could fly at 23 miles a minute – one miles every 2.5 seconds. A truly astonishing aircraft and one which to this day is sadly missed by its regular passengers and millions of admirers all over the world.

Uniquely signed on the back by John Cochrane was the co-pilot to John Trubshaw on Concorde 002 during its first ever flight, which went from Filton, Bristol to Fairford in Gloucestershire on 9th April 1969.

Price: SOLD

Cloud Companions by Stephen Brown

Cloud Companions

by Stephen Brown

Oil on canvas. Size: 24” x 38”

£4995.00


It is 24 December 1985 and four Concordes are brought together for a unique event. To celebrate 10 years of Concorde passenger services, British Airways organised a special formation flight. Taking off from Heathrow in turn, the four Concordes proceeded to assemble in a number of different formations whilst doing a circuit around the south coast of England.

The flight leader is Captain Brian Walpole piloting G-BOAA. The other aircraft were piloted by Captain John Eames (G-BOAC), Captain John Cook (G-BOAF) and
Captain David Leney (G-BOAG).

 


The Concorde
Second Anniversary Collection
- (four paintings)

Celebrating Concorde’s Very Last Flight.

by Stephen Brown

Concorde – On Final Approach

Concorde – On Final Approach

Overall canvas size: 15” x 24”

Price:SOLD

 

Concorde – Homeward Bound

Concorde – Homeward Bound

Overall canvas size: 15” x 24”

Price: SOLD

 

Concorde – The Last Goodbye

Concorde – The Last Goodbye

Overall canvas size: 15” x 24”

Price: SOLD


Concorde – Safely Home

Concorde – Safely Home

Overall canvas size: 15” x 24”

Price: SOLD

 

 

Concorde – Pride of Bristol

Concorde – The Pride of Bristol
by Stephen Brown

Overall canvas size 28” x 16”

Full of grace and beauty Concorde G-BOAF taxis toward her final resting place at Filton airfield, Bristol. Proudly waving Union Jack flags from the cockpit are pilot Captain Les Brodie and Concorde chief pilot Captain Mike Bannister. No one who
saw Concorde on Wednesday November 26th 2003 could fail to be moved by the sight of this magnificent aircraft as she moved these last few yards with the greatest of dignity under the gaze of the world’s media and thousands of local well-wishers.

£1950

 

Concorde – The Supersonic Thoroughbred

Concorde – The Supersonic Thoroughbred

by Stephen Brown

Captain Les Scott, Senior First Officer Tim Orchard and Senior Engineering Officer Rick Eades made history on the 7th February 1996, when they flew Concorde G-BOAD from New York to London in a record-breaking 2 hours, 2 minutes and 59 seconds; the fastest ever transatlantic crossing by a commercial aircraft.

Oil on canvas painting signed on the back co-Pilot by Tim Orchard

Overall canvas size: 28” x 16”

£2250.00

Concorde – The Golden Years


Concorde – The Golden Years

by Stephen Brown

The scheduled Concorde flights to and from New York were by far the most important for both British Airways and Air France. Taking full advantage of Concorde’s speed and the time difference between London and New York, some business people would arrive in New York on the early morning flight, do a days work and then take the evening flight back to London.

Oil on canvas painting signed on the back two Pilots and a co-Pilot.

Overall canvas size: 38” x 24”

£2995.00

 


Concorde – The Jubilee Flight
Concorde – The Jubilee Flight
by Stephen Brown

Size approx. 36” x 24”

It is the 4th June 2002. Concorde and the Red Arrows fly in tight formation over Suffolk en route to take part, along with other aircraft, in the Queen’s Jubilee Flypast. At the controls of G-BOAD Concorde are Civil Aviation Authority Chief Test Pilot Jock Reid.

£2995.00

Concorde – The Homecoming
Concorde – The Homecoming

by Stephen Brown

Size approx. 40” x 24”

Price: SOLD

 

Concorde – Queen of the Skies

Concorde – Queen of the Skies

by Philip E. West

Overall size approx. 28” x 16” / 711mm x 407mm

for sale on behlaf of a client £4995


Concorde looking her best as she heads off into a warm sunset over the Atlantic Ocean. With the afterburners having just been switched on Concorde will quickly gain speed and height until finally reaching a maximum cruising height of 60,000 feet, where, on a clear day, passengers could see the curvature of the earth.

 

Concorde – The Last Flight Home
Concorde – The Last Flight Home

by Stephen Brown

for sale on behlaf of a client £4995

“Concorde – The Last Flight Home”, to me captures the beauty of Concorde in flight and the Clifton Suspension Bridge in an exquisite way. It is a perfect reminder of a wonderful moment in my career.” Les Brodie, Pilot.

Wednesday 26th November 2003 is a day few who saw this majestic aircraft on her last flight will ever forget. On this memorable occasion thousands of people watch from below as Concorde (G-BOAF) passes gracefully over Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s Clifton Suspension Bridge en route to her final destination just a few miles away at Filton, Bristol.

Concorde – Second to None
Concorde – Second to None

by Stephen Brown

SOLD

 

Concorde – The Final Touch Down
Concorde – The Final Touch Down

by Stephen Brown

SOLD

 

 
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