As well as aircraft and artifacts, the museum displays an aviation art collection related to Bomber Command and the BCATP. Visitors to the museum enjoy some 250 pieces of aviation art that are integrated into our displays and all of which relates to our collection and the history that is our mandate.

The collection includes 52 original paintings (15 of which were commissioned by the museum), over 55 limited edition prints, over 85 non-limited edition prints, and 57 replica nose art paintings on pieces of Lancaster and Halifax aircraft skin.

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"Whathellwuzat" -Notes next to a preliminary drawing in David's sketchbook indicate that this painting was to be titled "Whathellwuzat." The horrendous shock of the explosion in the blackness of the night is being experienced by the crew after an enemy fighter has attacked the Lancaster, hitting the starboard-inner engine and setting it on fire.

David Mould Collection

Born in Regina in 1924, David Kenneth Mould joined the Royal Canadian Air Force in April, 1943 at the age of seventeen. Initially he trained as a pilot at No.…

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