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FINE ART BY MATTHEW EMENY

Military aviation limited edition prints, original paintings and commissions

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WWII - Limited Edition Signed Prints

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The Final Approach

LIMITED EDITION SIGNED PRINTS PRODUCED FROM MY ORIGINAL PAINTINGS

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'CHANGING OF THE GUARD'

 

Flying gracefully over Lincoln Cathedral, these four aircraft highlight the importance of past and present UK air defence. The Lancaster and Spitfire are shown breaking away from the formation to symbolise old heroes moving aside to make way for the Vulcan and a modern day fighter, the Typhoon, as the RAF continue their story. This is reflected perfectly in the paintings title.

 

SPITFIRE P9386, RAF 19(F) Sqn (Battle of Britain). LANCASTER ED932, RAF 617 Sqn (Operation Chastise). VULCAN XM607, RAF 44 Sqn (Falklands War). EUROFIGHTER TYPHOON ZK342, RAF 3(F) Sqn (Quick Reaction Alert Station: RAF Coningsby)

 

Available to purchase during my next open event - 6th - 13th June

A limited amount of 250 prints will be available to order; each being signed and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity. Customers can reserve prints with no deposit or commitment. There will be four sizes to choose from ranging in price from £35-£85. There is no need to decide on size until they are produced (Sizes TBC).

(Prints are unframed)

 

 

 

Due to lockdown my online shop is closed apart from some special 'OPEN DAYS' which will be announced below. With high amount of prints reserved and additional print orders from my current stock, as well as restricted open hours at my post office, please allow 1-2 weeks from the end date of any event for your print(s) to be despatched. May I take this opportunity to wish everyone health and safety in these difficult times. And as a self employed artist, I would also like to thank you all for your custom. It is certainly much appreciated. So thank you

Bitter Sweet Ambition

£25

The Last Mission

£25

Brown Shoe Navy

'THE PENGUIN'

 

B-24G 'The Penguin' (4278320) from 376th Heavy Bomb Group, 515th Squadron. On the morning of August 10th, 1944, In San Pancrazio, Italy, The Penguin was loaded to fly a high altitude bombing mission on the Romano Americana Oil Refinery in Ploieşti, Romania. This was to be the crew’s 12th Mission. However, they sustained multiple Flak rounds and had to bail out. All 10 men were taken prisoner in Bulgaria, and remained there until being liberated on September 17, 1944.

 

 

 

 

The Penguin

 

Available to purchase during my next open event - 6th - 13th June

If you missed out purchasing this new release during my last open event, then you can reserve a print above

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The edition is set at 85 prints in total representing the aircraft. Certificate of Authenticity included.

(Prints are unframed)

£30

£35 - Small

£55 - Large

1960 - PRESENT DAY - Limited Edition Signed Prints

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Available to purchase during my next open event - 6th - 13th June

If you missed out purchasing this new release during my last open event, then you can reserve a print above

Please click on the image above to view print size options.

The edition is set at 250 prints in total . Certificate of Authenticity included.

(Prints are unframed)

NEXT OPEN EVENT 6th - 13th June

New print releases and up to 30% off other selected limited edition prints

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Individually signed by RAF pilot Tony "PAX" Paxton who flew both jets in the scene

'THE GRYPHON MISSION - HIDE, SHOOT, MOVE'

 

The cold war was raging when the USAF began to field a unique and rare ground mission.  From 1981-1991, the USAF took from the drawing board to operation and final mission accomplishment / stand down the Ground Launched Cruise Missile (GLCM) weapon system.  

GLCM units were a USAF ground deployment mission.   Stationed in western Europe, the GLCM weapon system were organized as Wings with Flights of GLCMs. The largest wing, the 487 Tactical Missile Wing (TMW) in Comiso, Italy had 7 flights of GLCMs, while the 501 TMW in RAF Greenham Common, England, which was the first to reach Operational Readiness, had 6.  It is the 501 TMW which serves as the setting of this painting (circa 1990-1992) shown amongst woodland in Salisbury Plain, England.

Flights would disperse to hide in the countryside and would consist of two Launch Control Centers (LCCs), four Transport Erector Launchers (TELS) along with numerous support and security vehicles. Each TEL carried four GLCMs. The men and women who went to the field with these flights called themselves GLCM Rangers and were a tight knit group who had to rely on each other, across multiple specialties, in harsh conditions preparing to fight their most likely enemy: Spetsnaz teams.

This painting is dedicated to the spirit of the GLCM Rangers as well as the unique spectrum of operations they accomplished while in the field.  From left to right, you can see NBC operations/movement in MOPP 4 gear, then GLCM Rangers near a camouflaged vehicle, always improving their fighting position as well as checking weapons. Coming further right you can see teamwork in action as a spotter and security move in the hmmv. Further right you can see a LCC configured for command and control for launch operations.  Finally you can see a fire team sweeping for security and the elevated TEL. This also gives the full spectrum of uniforms GLCM Rangers wore NBC, BDUs and covers from kevlar helmets to garrison and commando covers. Every Critical Vehicle is represented and all tasks depicted by personnel are common tasks that EVERY GLCM Ranger did. The actions and vehicles depicted were inspired by actions from every wing and the school house. To a GLCM Ranger, this painting is filled with hidden symbology.  While this occurred in a UK setting, it is a salute for all GLCM Rangers.

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