by Michael Rondot

Royal Air Force Jaguars low down over Loch of Lowes in the Moffat Valley


The Moffat Valley is one of the popular "mountain gate" routes used by military aircraft entering the tactical low flying areas of the Scottish Borders. The spectacular scenery on the twisting, turning route from Selkirk along the A708 road makes this one of the favourite places for fast jet pilots to hone their skills or bid farewell to a way of life!

Drawing on his own experiences, Michael Rondot has created a stunning painting of a pair of Jaguars ultra low down over Loch of Lowes on a clear sunny day. This could be the final flight for one of the Pilots in the formation, his swan-song, revisiting favourite places from the sweet, halcyon days of youth in the Jaguar Force.

This beautiful new painting available from www.avcollect.com is the 13th Jaguar print from Michael Rondot and a fitting tribute to the aircraft now in the twilight of her service for the RAF.

Published in a very restricted limited edition, "Swan-Song" is a fine tribute to the awesome Jaguar for collectors of military aviation art!


The 50 Artist Proof's and 25 Remarque prints in this edition
have been individually signed by FOUR distinguished Jaguar
Pilots and Commanders including the
"Father of the Jaguar Force",
Air Marshall Sir John Walker KCB CBE AFC.



Swan Song

Print size: 27 x 20ins approx (700 x 500mm)

Primary Edition size: 200 Price: £75.00
Artist Proof Edition size: 50 Price: 120.00
Remarque Edition size: 25 Price: 235.00
Giclee Canvas 30 x 20ins Edition size: 10 Price: £375.00

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5-7 days for Europe and 7-10 days for the rest of the World.

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