Various artwork I have found related to 229 Squadron and F/O Malcolm Ravenhill.
Two Hawker Hurricane Mk1s of 229 Squadron RAF pursue an Me110 to the French coast during the Battle of Britain.
Oil painting titled “The Chase” by aviation artist Steven Heyen. Hurricane P3039 is shown in the painting, known for P/O Ortmans of 229 Squadron, but was also flown by F/O Malcolm Ravenhill on various occasions, as detailed in the 229 Squadron Operations Record Books.
Mark 1 Hurricanes of 229 Sqn., Autumn 1940.
Limited edition print by artist Bill Perring depicting Mark 1 Hurricanes of 229 Sqn. that were involved in the final stages of the Battle of Britain on a bright Autumnal Sunday. RE-Q, Airframe number V7245, was flown by Sergeant Frank Twitchett.
Depicting Spitfires of No.229 squadron as they pass over Malta in 1942, a tribute to the young pilots, regarded as the saviour of an Island.
Supermarine Spitfire of 229 Squadron over Malta shown in aviation art prints available from Cranston Fine Arts the aviation art company, part of the Royal Air Force squadron’s history in aviation art.
Geoff Nutkins has been painting aviation art for over 20 years. His works are displayed in collections worldwide and are frequently used as illustrations in books and magazines. In conjunction with the Daily Telegraph, his Scenes of the Battle of Britain collection helped raise £100,000 for the RAF Benevolent Fund.
Not only is Geoff a fantastic artist, but he also owns the Shoreham Aircraft Museum in Kent. He and others at the museum have worked tirelessly on the Local Memorials Project, of which Malcolm’s memorial is next in line.