Carlos Alonso Aviation Art

A visual Gallery of my own Artwork. Most is for sale. If interested, please contact me or visit my website: www.carlosalonsoaviationart.com
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"The Beautiful Spitfire", by Carlos Alonso. Graphite and mixed media on A4 toned paper.
Carlos Alonso: 'The Attack on the Battlecruiser Deutschland (Ibiza, May 29, 1937)'  Mixed media on Canson toned paper, 26x21cm.
Seafire LF.IIIc, by Carlos Alonso (graphite and white acrylic on A4 toned paper).

Drawings

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Cartoon

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a man standing on the wing of an airplane while another person stands on top of it
Barnstormers!
Lillian Boyer walks on the wing of her Curtiss Jenny during a typical barnstorming show, USA, 1920's.
an airplane flying in the sky with clouds around it and a man inside the cockpit
Typhoon over Spain (I)
Messerschmitt Bf 108 'Taifun' Legion Condor, 1938.
an airplane flying in the sky with clouds around it
Typhoon over Spain (II)
Messerschmitt Bf 108 'Taifun' Ejército del Aire, 1940's.
On February 27, 1944, on the Bobruisk area (current Belarus), the Bf 109G-6 piloted by Lieutenant Segurola, from the Fifth Blue Squad, back from an escort mission, is hit by the anti-aircraft artillery before the presence of two Fw 190A-3 from JG51, which would bear witness to the event. It was the last loss of a member of the Blue Squadrillas and the only one of a Spanish pilot aboard a Bf 109G-6. Shortly after, the Fifth Squad would receive the repatriation order. Military, Pilot, Squad, Third, Fighter, Messerschmitt Bf 109, Hit, Messerschmitt
The end of the Blue Squadrons
On February 27, 1944, on the Bobruisk area (current Belarus), the Bf 109G-6 piloted by Lieutenant Segurola, from the Fifth Blue Squad, back from an escort mission, is hit by the anti-aircraft artillery before the presence of two Fw 190A-3 from JG51, which would bear witness to the event. It was the last loss of a member of the Blue Squadrillas and the only one of a Spanish pilot aboard a Bf 109G-6. Shortly after, the Fifth Squad would receive the repatriation order.
an old fashioned biplane flying through the sky
Air War in Morocco (I)
On May 9, 1927, the young lieutenant Joaquín García-Morato, called to become, years later, the greatest "ace" of Spanish aviation of all time, made an emergency landing when his DH-9 was hit by ground fire during their action in support of the columns of Solans, Mola and Capaz in the Kabyle of Beni Derkul, during the war in Morocco. The Airco DH-9, built under license in Guadalajara, was, together with the Breguet 14, the main support aircraft of the Spanish Army during the 1920s.
an old style airplane flying in the sky
The only Spanish Salmson 2
On July 5, 1924, Captain Eduardo González-Gallarza's Breguet 14, in a low supply flight over the encircled position of Cobba Darsa (Morocco), was hit by enemy fire, seriously injuring the pilot. Despite this, the plane managed to return to its base in Rio Lau, being Gallarza rewarded for his action with the Laureate Cross of San Fernando. Morocco, Armada, Return
Air War in Morocco (II)
On July 5, 1924, Captain Eduardo González-Gallarza's Breguet 14, in a low supply flight over the encircled position of Cobba Darsa (Morocco), was hit by enemy fire, seriously injuring the pilot. Despite this, the plane managed to return to its base in Rio Lau, being Gallarza rewarded for his action with the Laureate Cross of San Fernando.
On April 6, 1937, Ensign Günther Lützow of the Condor Legion, at the controls of a brand new Messerschmitt Bf-109A on a free-hunting mission over Bilbao, came across a Letov S-231 that had lost its way from a formation of four in a transfer of planes to the northern front. Minutes later, the young Republican pilot Juan Olmos, 18 years old, jumped out of his burning plane over Ochandiano, being the first combat victim of what was called to be one of the best fighter planes of all the times. Bilbao, Warbirds, Young Republicans, Combat
First Victory
On April 6, 1937, Ensign Günther Lützow of the Condor Legion, at the controls of a brand new Messerschmitt Bf-109A on a free-hunting mission over Bilbao, came across a Letov S-231 that had lost its way from a formation of four in a transfer of planes to the northern front. Minutes later, the young Republican pilot Juan Olmos, 18 years old, jumped out of his burning plane over Ochandiano, being the first combat victim of what was called to be one of the best fighter planes of all the times.
an old yellow airplane flying in the sky with a mountain in the backgroud
A Texan in Japan, by Carlos Alonso
North American T-6G Texan, 12th Flight Training Wing, Hamamtsu AB, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan, 1967
A mostly fictional image of a Bloch MB 200 Republican bomber fighting various "Chirris" during the Spanish Civil War. Air Force, Sci-fi Spaceship
A Bloch over Spain, by Carlos Alonso
A mostly fictional image of a Bloch MB 200 Republican bomber fighting various "Chirris" during the Spanish Civil War.
A cartoon BoB scene by Carlos Alonso
A cartoon BoB scene by Carlos Alonso
Caricature, Draw, Cartoon, Drawings, Wwii, Mustang
Yeager's Mustang by Carlos Alonso
two airplanes flying in the sky above clouds
A Polish Ace, by Carlos Alonso
Supermarine Spitfire Mk II, 303 (Polish) Sqn RAF, spring 1941.
Messerschmitt Bf 109E-1 Gerhardt Halupczek, Condor Legion, Spain, early 1939. Legion, Luftwaffe
First Blood, by Carlos Alonso
Messerschmitt Bf 109E-1 Gerhardt Halupczek, Condor Legion, Spain, early 1939.
Curtiss P-40K, 66th FS, 57th FG, North Africa, 1943. Africa, Fighter Aircraft, Usaf
African Hawk by Carlos Alonso
Curtiss P-40K, 66th FS, 57th FG, North Africa, 1943.