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Author / Artist
Iva HoňkováArtist / Illustrator
My name is Iva Hoňková. I come from Studénka (Czech Republic) where I was born and where I live. My big interest or hobby, if you want, is astronautics, astronomy, aviation and fine arts.
I paint with watercolor, pastel, tempera and ink. I paint what I like and what I find interesting and appealing to me in some way.
Few words about design
The Sikorsky Ilya Muromets (Russian: Илья Муромец) were a class of Russian pre-World War I large four-engine commercial airliners and military heavy bombers used during World War I by the Russian Empire. The aircraft series was named after Ilya Muromets, a hero from Slavic mythology. The series was based on the Russky Vityaz or Le Grand, the world’s first four-engined aircraft, designed by Igor Sikorsky.
The Ilya Muromets aircraft as it appeared in 1913 was a revolutionary design, intended for commercial service with its spacious fuselage incorporating a passenger saloon and washroom on board. The Ilya Muromets is the world’s first multi-engine aircraft in production (at least 60 built). During World War I, it became the first four-engine bomber to equip a dedicated strategic bombing unit. This heavy bomber was unrivaled in the early stages of the war, as the Central Powers had no aircraft capable enough to rival it until much later.