The Aviation Art of Alex Hamilton

4 Engines 4 Long Haul
4 Engines 4 Long Haul
Signed by the artist - $165
54 Squadron Spitfires
54 Squadron Spitfires
Signed by the artist - $185
After the Battle
After the Battle
Two pilot signatures - $220
American Masterpiece
American Masterpiece
Signed by the artist - $240
Bombphoons
Bombphoons
Signed by the artist - $240
Butcher Bird's Lair
Butcher Bird's Lair
Signed by the artist - $240
Catch 22
Catch 22
Signed by the artist - $195
Cheerio Ivan
Cheerio Ivan
Signed by the artist - $240
The Cloak Removed
The Cloak Removed
Signed by the artist - $240

Daily Inspections
Daily Inspections
Signed by the artist - $240
Double-Decker Bus
Double-Decker Bus
Signed by the artist - $185
Everything Down
Everything Down
Signed by the artist - $240
Express Delivery
Express Delivery
Signed by the artist - $240
First of the Heavies
First of the Heavies
Signed by the artist - $240
Focke Wulf 190
Focke Wulf 190
Signed by the artist - $185
Foxtrot Finals
Foxtrot Finals
Signed by the artist - $240
Good Morning B Flight
Good Morning B Flight
Signed by the artist - $220
Grief for London
Grief for London
Signed by the artist - $185
F4F Grumman 'Wildcat'
F4F Grumman 'Wildcat'
Signed by the artist - $240
Harrier Over Afghanistan
Harrier Over Afghanistan
Signed by the artist - $240
Heaven's Prop
Heaven's Prop
Signed by the artist - $240
Late Air Test
Late Air Test
Signed by the artist - $240
Lone Wolf - by Alex Hamilton
Lone Wolf
Signed by the artist - $185
A Long Way From Ridgewell
A Long Way From Ridgewell
Signed by the artist - $185
Luftwaffe Sting
Luftwaffe Sting
Signed by the artist - $240
Mediterranean Emil
Mediterranean Emil
Signed by the artist - $240
The Merge
The Merge
Signed by the artist - $200
Merlin the Wizard
Merlin the Wizard
Signed by the artist - $240
Meteor Launch
Meteor Launch
Signed by the artist - $240
North of Track
North of Track
Signed by the artist - $240
One Probable
One Probable
Signed by the artist - $185
Outbound Blenheims
Outbound Blenheims
Signed by the artist - $240
Rise of Eagles
Rise of Eagles
Signed by the artist - $240
Seveny Five for IV
Seventy Five for IV
Signed by the artist - $240
Sorbo Leader Attacking
Sorbo Leader Attacking!
Signed by the artist - $195
Stick to Me Like Glue
Stick to Me Like Glue
Signed by the artist - $240
Stormbirds Over the Rhine
Stormbirds Over the Rhine
Signed by the artist - $185
Strike in the Aegean
Strike in the Aegean
Signed by the artist - $240
Sunderland Struggle
Sunderland Struggle
Signed by the artist - $240
Sunlit Silence
Sunlit Silence
One pilot signature - $195
Sunward I've Climbed
Sunward I've Climbed
Signed by the artist - $155
Swarm!
Swarm!
Signed by the artist - $240
Tally Ho!
Tally Ho!
Three pilot signatures - $240
Top Floor Please
Top Floor Please
Signed by the artist - $240
Tuck's Luck
Tuck's Luck
Signed by the artist - $185
Two's Company
Two's Company
Signed by the artist - $185
Unescorted to Germany
Unescorted to Germany
Signed by the artist - $195
V for Vulnerable
V for Vulnerable
Signed by the artist - $195
A Very Special Realationship
A Very Special Realationship
Signed by the artist - $240
What if Heaven Falls?
What if Heaven Falls?
Signed by the artist - $240
The Wisest Bird
The Wisest Bird
Signed by the artist - $240

Zero
Zero
Signed by the artist - $240
 

Aviation artist Alex Hamilton says, "Apart from GCE ‘O’and ‘A’ levels (who remembers those?!), I have had no formal training in art. Since I was a youngster though, I have been drawing aeroplanes. I recall cycling home from the Biggin Hill air show, close to where I grew up, and trying to draw the aircraft I had seen.
After leaving school, I was lucky to get a junior “gofer” job in a commercial illustration studio in London. This was the start of a career in illustration, and I went freelance about 25 years ago.
Along the way, I have done work for clients such as Rolex, British Airways, Ford, Jaguar, Thomas Cooke and many more.

Over the years, my spare time had often been filled with drawing or doodling the usual suspects; Spitfires, Messerschmitts, Heinkels, Hurricanes and Lancasters. Many friends and acquaintances suggested I concentrate more on my interest in aviation art.Therefore, in 2002, I joined the Guild
of Aviation Artists. I had known of the Guild for some time, and had been to view their exhibitions.

In 2003 I entered four paintings in their Annual exhibition, and felt honoured and thrilled to have one of them, “Sunlit Silence” voted Aviation Painting of the Year. Moreover, I received another award, the Arthur Gibson Memorial Trophy for best first time exhibitor. His Royal Highness
Prince Andrew made the presentations at the opening ceremony".