A passion for detail
FINE ART BY MATTHEW EMENY
RAF TORNADO TRIBUTE PAINTING
'Mossie cross the Mersey'
'Supermarine Spitfire LFMkVb AA937'
'Rulling the Skies of Afghanistan'
'Thunderbolts over Bentwaters'
'When Lightning Strikes Twice'
'By Moonlight we Strike'
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Commission a Military Aviation painting featuring your favourite aircraft in a setting of your choice. Sizes to suit different budgets. Send me your aircraft / scene brief using the below contact form and I will reply with your free, no obligation quote.
(Other subjects accepted)
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On the 5th June 1979, the first production GR1 Tornado (ZA319) was delivered to TTTE Warton. This painting is a tribute commemorating those 40 years of the Tornado and its retirement with the RAF March 2019. The painting features these two Tornados - GR1: ZA586, the first GR1 delivered into squadron service with IX (B) Squadron. Classic camo scheme and GR4: ZD716, 31 Squadron Retirement 'Gold Star' scheme. Squadron Leader Mike Stephens tragically lost his life when ZA586 crashed on the 27th September 1983 on the Sandringham Estate at Wolferton. This painting is therefore also a tribute to Stephens.
NEW LIMITED EDITION SIGNED PRINT 'FIERY CROSS' NOW AVAILABLE
1960 - PRESENT DAY
* ORIGINAL PAINTING *
PILOT SIGNED PRINTS
ARTIST SIGNED PRINTS
'Fighting Cock meets a Bear'
LATEST A-10 SIGNED PRINT - Now available
'Twin Base Tank Busters'
In September 2009 RAF 1435 Flight, MPA, Falkland Islands said a farewell to the F3 Tornado and welcomed in the Typhoon FGR4. This commissioned painting features Tornado ZE834 (C) 'Charity' and Typhoon ZK301 (D) 'Desperation' flying low and hard over MPA. The fly over was referred to as the 'Fiery Cross' where two jets would speed towards the end of sorties at low altitude in order to test the rapier missile systems that were used for ground-air defence. The painting was therefore titled: 'Fiery Cross'
Following on from my painting 'Thunderbolts over Bentwaters', this is the next 81st TFW painting in the series and features A-10 Thunderbolt IIs from RAF Bentwaters / Woodbridge heading east over Orford Village to the North sea. Set in the mid 1980's.
81 x Limited Edition Signed prints produced in total which are available to purchase now on a first come basis. The edition of 81 prints represents the 81st TFW.