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

Since we began publishing prints of Concorde in November 2003 we have been overwhelmed with the demand for Collectable Limited Edition Prints reflecting the marvel and history of this majestic aircraft.

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.

What are Artist Proofs and Remarques? Please click here

Most of our prints are also available mounted, cellophane wrapped and shipped flat. The charge for this is an extra £50 for a full size print. Prices plus UK shipping. Please enquire for more details.
Mounted prints are excluded from our Buy one get one free offer.

 

Concorde – Early Morning Arrival

Concorde – Early Morning Arrival

by Stephen Brown

Overall size approx: 18” x 28” 46cms x 71cms

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.

150 Primary Edition: £150 SOLD OUT

Artist proofs - £195
25 Remarques : £275 SOLD OUT
10 Double Remarques : £395 SOLD OUT

* Signed by Concorde pilot, Captain Tim Orchard.

 

Cloud Companions by Stephen brown
Cloud Companions

by Stephen Brown


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.

A truly historic occasion we are pleased to be able to honour with this superb picture. Artist Proofs and Remarques are signed by a pilot from each aircraft,
PLUS Chief Concorde Pilot Mike Bannister.

**Five signatures - 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).

*All the prints are signed by Captain Mike Bannister, Chief Concorde Pilot (right).

** Signed also by Captains Brian Walpole, Captain John Eames, Captain David Leney and Captain Jock Lowe who on this day was Co-Pilot to John Cook – now deceased.

   

All our Limited Edition Prints come with a Certificate of Authenticity as well as a short biography on each pilot.

Not sure what Artist Proofs and Remarques are? Please click here for details.
(We are including further down this page a few examples of Steve’s highly detailed Remarques on an earlier edition – since Sold Out. No risk to ordering a Remarqued picture ….we GUARANTEE you will not be disappointed.)

Remarqued prints of Concorde are always in great demand. Double Remarques of earlier editions sold out quickly. Every drawing (Remarque) is different – your picture will be unique)

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Single Remarque example.
Double Remarque example.

75 Artist (only) signed - £95 SOLD OUT

*200 Primary Edition - £175
**50 Artists Proofs - £250
**30 Single remarques - £350
**15 Double Remarques - £450

*All the prints are signed by Captain Mike Bannister, Chief Concorde Pilot.

** Signed also by Captains Brian Walpole, Captain John Eames, Captain David Leney and Captain Jock Lowe who on this day was Co-Pilot to John Cook – now deceased.


Concorde – The Last Goodbye

by Stephen Brown


Before leaving Heathrow airport for the last time, destined for Filton, Bristol, Concorde is honoured with an arc of water spray provided by the airport’s Fire Department. The date is 26th November 2003.

Primary Edition size: 400 - SOLD OUT

*25 Artists Proofs - SOLD OUT
*25 Artists Proofs - mounted - SOLD OUT
*10 Remarques - SOLD OUT

All the prints are signed by a Concorde pilot and the artist.
*These two editions are signed by four Concorde pilots. A Certificate of Authenticity and biographical details on each pilot accompany every print.
Matching print numbers subject to availability.

Prints measure approx. 12” x 17¼ / 30cm x 44cm

 

Concorde – Homeward Bound

by Stephen Brown

With the Isambard Kingdom Brunel Clifton Suspension Bridge and crowds of admirers beneath her, Concorde heads for her final destination of Filton, Bristol.
The date is 26th November 2003.

Primary Edition size: 400 - SOLD OUT

*25 Artists Proofs -SOLD OUT
*25 Artists Proofs - mounted - SOLD OUT
*10 Remarques - SOLD OUT

The prints are signed by the artist.
*These two editions are signed by four Concorde pilots. A Certificate of Authenticity and biographical details on each pilot accompany every print.
Matching print numbers subject to availability.

Prints measure approx. 12” x 17¼ / 30cm x 44cm

for primary edition signatories - click here!

For Artist proofs and remarques signatories - click here!

 

 

Concorde – On Final Approach

by Stephen Brown

There is just no escaping it; Concorde is the most beautiful commercial aircraft ever built. Here we see her coming in to land for the very last time, at Filton, Bristol. The date is 26th November 2003.

Primary Edition size: 400 - SOLD OUT

*25 Artists Proofs - SOLD OUT
*25 Artists Proofs - mounted- SOLD OUT
*10 Remarques - SOLD OUT

All the prints are signed by a Concorde pilot and the artist.
*These two editions are signed by four Concorde pilots. A Certificate of Authenticity and biographical details on each pilot accompany every print.
Matching print numbers subject to availability.

Prints measure approx. 12” x 17¼ / 30cm x 44cm

 

Concorde – Safely Home

by Stephen Brown

Watched by millions all over the world, Captain Les Brodie (left-hand side) with Chief Concorde Pilot Mike Bannister beside him (right-hand seat) and Flight Engineer Warren Hazleby in support, proudly brings Concorde home to Bristol.
The date is 26th November 2003.

Primary Edition size: 400 - SOLD OUT

*25 Artists Proofs - SOLD OUT
*25 Artists Proofs - mounted - SOLD OUT
*10 Remarques - SOLD OUT

All the prints are signed by a Concorde pilot and the artist.
*These two editions are signed by four Concorde pilots. A Certificate of Authenticity and biographical details on each pilot accompany every print.
Matching print numbers subject to availability.

Prints measure approx. 12” x 17¼ / 30cm x 44cm

 

for primary edition signatories - click here!

For Artist proofs and remarques signatories - click here!

 

Concorde – Pride of Bristol

Concorde – The Pride of Bristol
by Stephen Brown

Overall print size inc. border: 19” x 28”

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.

Primary Edition: 400 signed by Concorde pilot on the day Captain Les Brodie. £125

35 Artist Proofs signed by Captain Les Brodie and Chief Concorde pilot Captain Mike Bannister. £150
25 Remarques signed by Captain Les Brodie and Chief Concorde pilot Captain Mike Bannister: £250
10 Double Remarques signed by Captain Les Brodie and Chief Concorde pilot Captain Mike Bannister: £350

 

 

Concorde – The Golden Years

Concorde – The Golden Years

Overall print size approx: 28” x18½”

We have received more requests for a painting over New York than any other. Surely a good omen for its sales potential! Choosing to portray Concorde in a pre-9/11 setting, before which Concorde really did enjoy its ‘Golden Years’ of supersonic travel, Stephen has captured Concorde in a magnificent setting over The Big Apple.

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.

Signers Concorde Pilots Captain Viv Gunton, Richard Boas, Tim Orchard and co-Pilot Peter Sinclair

L-R: Signers Concorde Pilots Captains Viv Gunton, Richard Boas, and co-Pilot Peter Sinclair

Primary Edition size 200 (Signed by Concorde Pilots Captain Viv Gunton, Richard Boas and co-Pilot Peter Sinclair) £195

plus 25 Artist Proofs (Signed by Concorde Pilots Captain Viv Gunton, Richard Boas, Tim Orchard and co-Pilot Peter Sinclair) £225
15 Remarques (Signed by Concorde Pilots Captain Viv Gunton, Richard Boas, Tim Orchard and co-Pilot Peter Sinclair) £325
10 Double Remarques (Signed by Concorde Pilots Captain Viv Gunton, Richard Boas, Tim Orchard and co-Pilot Peter Sinclair) £425

Original painting for sale - Please click here to view the biographical details of each print signatory

Concorde – The Supersonic Thoroughbred

Concorde – The Supersonic Thoroughbred

Commemorating The Fastest Ever Transatlantic
Crossing by A Commercial Aircraft

Overall print size approx: 28” x18½”


As far as we know this is the first time anyone has published such a signed Limited Edition Print of this momentous occasion. These men have actually gone down in the history books!

A small edition, destined to become sought after by collectors of Concorde memorabilia as well as those who would like to own such a rare and historic picture. The Artist Proofs and Remarques have been especially flown out to Captain Les Scott for signing at his home in America.

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,52 minutes and 59 seconds;
the fastest ever transatlantic crossing by a commercial aircraft.
Captain Lesley Scott
co-Pilot Tim Orchard
Captain Leslie Scott co-Pilot Tim Orchard


Primary Edition 200 (Signed by the co-Pilot, Tim Orchard) on this momentous flight £150

plus 25 Artist Proofs (Signed by both the pilot - Captain Leslie Scott and co-pilot Tim Orchard) £195
15 Remarques (Signed by both the pilot - Captain Leslie Scott and co-pilot Tim Orchard) £250
SOLD OUT
10 Double Remarques (Signed by both the pilot - Captain Leslie Scott and co-pilot Tim Orchard) £350
SOLD OUT

Original painting for sale - Please click here to view the biographical details of each print signatory.

 

Concorde – Queen of the Skies

Concorde – Queen of the Skies

by Philip E. West

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


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.

 

All the prints are signed by Barbera Harmer the world’s first and only female Concorde pilot.

Making up a full flight deck crew the Artist Proofs and Remarques are also signed by a co-Pilot and a Flight Engineer.

Edition size: 400 £150

plus 45 Artist Proofs £195
and 45 Remarques £295
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Concorde could travel at 23 miles a minute –
one mile every 2.5 seconds.

Concorde – The Last Flight Home
Concorde – The Last Flight Home
by Stephen Brown

Overall print size approx. 28” x 20” / 711mm x 508mm

“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.

All the prints are signed by Les Brodie (Pilot). The Artist Proofs and Remarqed prints are also signed by the two other flight-deck crew on this historic day, Chief Concorde Pilot Mike Bannister and Flight Engineer Warren Hazleby.

Please click here if you would like to read about the flying career of each signatory.

Original painting for sale - please contact us

Edition size: 400 £150

plus 45 Artist Proofs £195
and 45 Remarques £295
and 10 Double Remarques: SOLD OUT

Concorde could fly faster than the earth rotated.


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

Overall print size approx. 28” x 20” / 711mm x 508mm

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.

Sqn Ldr. Carl ‘Spike’ Jepson
Jock Reid
Red Arrows Team Leader
Sqn Ldr. Carl ‘Spike’ Jepson

Jock Reid
Civil Aviation Authority Chief Test Pilot and
Concorde pilot on this day.

Signed by Concorde Pilot Jock Reid and Red Arrows Team leader ‘Spike’ Jepson. Please click here if you would like to read about the flying career of each signatory.

Original painting for sale - please contact us

Edition size: 400 £150

plus 45 Artist Proofs £195
and 45 Remarques £295
and 10 Double Remarques SOLD OUT
Order with your Mastercard or Visa

In February 1996 Concorde made the fastest ever
crossing of the Atlantic in just 2 hours 52 minutes
and 59 seconds.

Concorde – The Final Touch Down
Concorde – The Final Touch Down
by Stephen Brown


November 26th 2003 will remain etched in the memory of countless thousands of people as the day this magnificent aircraft landed in Bristol for the very last time, ending three decades of commercial supersonic travel.

With pilot Les Brodie at the controls, carrying 100 passengers, we witness the last few memorable and historic seconds before Concorde G-BOAF touches down at the Filton, Bristol (UK) airfield.

Captain Les Brodie.

Signed by Concorde Pilot Les Brodie.

Please click here if you would like to read about the flying career of Capt. Brodie.

Edition size: 500 £95 SOLD OUT

plus 25 Artist Proofs £150
and 25 Remarques £250
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The very first flight of Concorde was on 2nd March 1969

Farewell Concorde

Farewell Concorde
by Philip E. West

Overall print size approx. 28” x 20” / 711mm x 508mm

Reaching speeds up to Mach 2 (1,280 mph) Concorde took just three and a half hours to reach New York.

Signed by the artist.

Edition size: 750 £125

plus 50 Artist Proofs £150
and 50 Remarques £250
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There were more US Apollo Astronauts than
BA Concorde pilots.

Concorde – Pride of Britain

Concorde – Pride of Britain
by Stephen Brown


Climbing towards 60,000 feet and the edge of space Concorde (G-BOAD) traveled where no other commercial aircraft could go. Its enormously powerful engines enabled Concorde to reach the speed of sound – Mach 1 (about 675 mph). During its lifetime the Concorde fleet carried just over 2.5m passengers.

Edition size: 500 £125

plus 50 Artist Proofs £150
and 50 Remarques £250
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In 1992 Concorde broke the
fastest round-the-world record in 33 hours.

Concorde – The Homecoming
Concorde – The Homecoming
by Stephen Brown

Prints SOLD OUT

At cruising height Concorde’s
airframe would heat up and stretch 6-10 inches.

Concorde – Second to None


Concorde – Second to None
by Stephen Brown

Prints SOLD OUT


 

 
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