Turning For Home by Richard Wheatland - The Supermarine Spitfire is a British single-seat fighter aircraft that was produced in greater numbers than any other British aircraft. It was used throughout the world during WWII and remains the most well known and well loved of all British planes.
The Spitfire was the only British fighter produced continuously throughout the war. Today around 54 Spitfires remain airworthy.
Now you can paint this wonderful painting with this amazing paint by numbers kit.
Each Masterpiece By Numbers kit is produced with care and attention to produce a painting as close to the original artwork as possible.
The peace and serenity of painting is time well spent in our hectic world. The joy of painting this expertly detailed canvas will only be matched by the beautiful painting you will create.
Includes Everything You Need To Complete Your Painting:
- High quality linen canvas - you can start painting straight from the box.
- Set of paintbrushes - custom made for our paint by numbers kits.
- Individual paint pots - for every colour in the painting so you don't need to mix any colours.
Canvas Size: 40 x 50cm (16"x 20")
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©Richard Wheatland. Courtesy Of Bridgeman Images
Loved painting the Spitfire. This is my second purchase from Materpiece by numbers. Canvas arrives rolled, good quality paints. I have one very happy Dad who now has this as his birthday gift. All stretched and framed. So many compliments. Pleasure to paint.
I think this was the most enjoyable one I’ve done so far. The detail on the plane is brilliant and I’m really pleased with the end result. I like the fact that the background is very unfussy, which makes the plane stand out so well. Of the half dozen MBNs I have done, I think this is the closest I have got to the original so far. The kit was excellent quality as always.
It was my 1st attempt at painting & I found it brilliant to do. I could have done with a small bristled paint brush for the difficult bits but I managed it in the end loved it. At the moment it is getting framed.
This was my first MBN painting. I had tried a Monet produced by another company which bore no resemblance to the image on their website. I am very happy with the Spitfire. I blended the sky colours and took a bit of care with the fiddly bits on the aircraft. As others have said magnification is recommended, especially for the older customer. I changed the Spitfire's serial number to match that of the New Zealand ace Al Deere, although I shied away from putting his kiwi picture under the cockpit. The brushes provided seemed good, although I only used the biggest one and used my own smaller brushes for doing the detail. The paints were good quality and there was more than enough to complete the picture. I am very satisfied with the end result and it fully deserves the 5 star rating I've given it.