THE RUSSELL SMITH GALLERY

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Russell Smith

Over the past few years Russell has self published numerous limited and open edition prints. Although his images span the entire history of aviation, it becomes quickly obvious to those viewing his work that his main interest is World War 1 aviation. Focusing almost entirely on that time period, he is quickly establishing himself as one of the leading World War 1 aviation artists in the world. His work can be seen in many collections, both public and private, around the world and has been recognized by several international publications including Aviation History, Flight Journal, Windsock Datafiles, Cross and Cockade and the Italian publication JP4. Most recently, six of Russell's original paintings were acquired by the New Zealand Museum of Aviation to go on permanent display there when the museum opens in August of 2005. In addition, Russell’s work has been included in many national and international exhibitions including the Icarus Art of Flight Exhibition, the Simuflite/Flying Magazine Horizons of Flight Art Exhibition, and the American Society of Aviation Artists Annual Exhibition.

 

Russell has been the recipient of several awards and honors including a Merit Award in 2005 American Society of Aviation Artist Exhibition and an Honorable Mention in the Experimental Aircraft Association 1999 Art Exhibition. Russell is also a member of Cross and Cockade and the League of World War 1 Aviation Historians, as well as an Artist Member of the American Society of Aviation Artists. 

Russell Smith's Artwork is available at: RussellSmithart.com

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Bring It Around  

Bringing The Guns To Bear  

Last Dance of the Hussar

Feeding On The Legend

Fokker F.1

Werner Voss

Wolff's Requiem

Yellow Jackets

J27 Remarque

Kurt Wolff

F.I 102/17 Crash

Klimkes Tripe

J27 Tripe

J27 In Flight

Acrylic Artwork

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Jasta 11 Portraits July 1917

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