Presented here on this page are various Paintings by Miscellaneous Artists. These paintings show Indian Air Force aircraft or battle scenes and have been gathered from various sources. A good source of such paintings are the Squadron/Signal publications 'In Action' Series. These series of books depict various paintings by western artists on IAF and PAF battle scenarios. Prominent among them is the MiG-21 C-992 which graced the cover of "MiG-21 in Action". Also seen in the series include a Hawker Tempest in IAF markings. The series publication on PAF aircraft also shows a MiG-19 in aircombat with a Sukhoi-7 as well as a F-104 Starfighter shooting down the Indian Navy Alize.
The cover of the Japanese Publication depicts a dramatic scene of a Hunter after it had fatally damaged a MiG-19 in aircombat. Though the theme was good, no MiG-19 was ever claimed shot down by Hawker Hunters in the Indian Air Force
This beautiful painting depicts a MiG-21FL (C1487), from No.7 Battle Axes Squadron, firing a K-13 (AA-2 Atoll) air-to-air missile. This painting appeared as the inside covers of the book "No.7 Squadron, IAF - The Battle Axes" by Mr. Pushpindar S
This painting appeared on the cover of Squadron/Signal Publication's 'MiG-21 Fishbed in Action'. The scene depicted is inaccurate as C-992 was actually based at Uttarlai in the 1971 Indo-Pak War and did not see air combat with the F-86 Sabre. [Copyright
A spectacular painting by Lou Drendel of an Indian AF MiG-21FL in 'Tiger Stripes' camouflage firing an infra-red guided K-13 missile. Fitted under the main fuselage is the GP-9 central gun. Lou has an excellent collection of paintings at his website - Avi
Though not explicitly painted as an Indian Air Force machine, this painting of a Hurricane in SEAC Colors is representative of the Hawker Hurricane that was flown by Indian Pilots on the Burma Front. [Courtesy: Hawker Hurricane in Action ]
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