– The Anniversary Collection
artist - Stephen Brown
– Safely Home
- On Final Approach
Concorde – The Last Goodbye
Concorde – Homeward Bound.
Stephen Brown is a self-taught artist who has specialised
almost exclusively in aviation subjects for the last 15 years. Building
on a background as a landscape and aviation photographer, his style
carefully combines both these areas of interest. Stephen’s
originals in oil are in much demand and have been regularly exhibited
with the prestigious Guild of Aviation Artists. Demand for his originals
is high with regular commissions being undertaken for commercial
and private clients as well as the RAF.
Each Limited Edition Print has been signed by both the artist and
Peter T Sinclair (Co-Pilot) joined British Caledonian
in 1980 and after the airlines merged became a British Airways Concorde
pilot in 1991. This was the highlight to a varied aviation career,
which had included Game Park flying in East Africa, worldwide freighting
and operating wide-bodied passenger aircraft. During his 6 1/2 years
flying Concorde accumulated 2600 hours and over 600 Supersonic Transatlantic
flights to New York, Washington and Barbados. He was also involved
in The Concorde Fleet's Supersonic flights over the North Sea, Bay
of Biscay and Mediterranean Sea, from many destinations, and a Tour
of East and South Africa. On the day the Chatham Flag colour scheme
was launched for Concorde operated on the air-to-air photographic
publicity flight. Other responsibilities carried out on the Fleet
included presentations on the aircraft and PR duties with the passengers.
Left the Fleet to take a command on the B747, then finally the B777
before retirement. Since leaving British Airways has taken up a
position flying the B747 once again, as well as continuing to operate
his Auster light aircraft purely for pleasure.
his career with British Airways Tim has flown the Hawker-Sidley
Trident, the Concorde and the Boeing 777 as well as spending nine
years as personal pilot to the BA Board in an executive aircraft.
Tim is Managing Director of a BA subsidiary, which runs its own
airfield. He owns a hot air balloon and a 1950s DeHavilland Chipmunk