The Aviation Art of Richard Louis Newman

"With a Whisper and a Roar!"

"Hi Richard:
I just learned of your site through the REPArtee magazine (Retired EAL Pilots). Your paintings are FANTASTIC.
I checked my log books and found over 30 trips in 831. I was a Second Officer, First Officer and Captain in 831
so your painting has a special meaning to me. I also flew the Electra. They are two of my
favorite Airliners from a pilot's perspective. Keep up the Great work."
Regards, Captain Ron Krantz EAL, Ret.

Eastern Airlines was instrumental in the launch of the Boeing 727, and helped to make it one of Boeing's most successful airliners. By early 1978, more than 1,500 had been built. This painting's title is a play on words by the artist. Because the engines were located on the aircraft's tail section, Eastern called their 727s Whisperjets. However, anyone who has flown on the 727 can attest they make one hell of a roar, thus the title: "With a Whisper and a Roar".

To see how this painting was created, please click HERE!

Original Painting: 24" X 30" Acrylic on Canvas.

Painting For Sale: $1,727.00

Print: Available.
Image: 9 3/4" X 12 1/8" Overall: 12 1/4" X 14 5/8"
Archival 80LB acid-free paper
4-Color Process Lithograph
Certificate of Authenticity
Edition: 500 Signed & Numbered by the Artist
Cost: $60.00 plus S*H