A passion for detail

Facebook circle blue large

FINE ART BY MATTHEW EMENY

Military aviation limited edition prints, original paintings and commissions

EMENY ART

Guy Gibsons WWII attack on the Mohne Dam. Dambusters. Signed prints available A-10 RAF BENTWATERS Clipped Wing Spitfire. Signed prints available 43sqn F4 P-51D over Leiston Abbey during WWII. Signed prints available

Please note that any purchases made after Dec 16th will not be despatched until the week commencing Jan 6th

Copyright © 2019 Emeny Art

FEATURED

1960 - PRESENT DAY - Limited Edition Signed Prints

WWII - Limited Edition Signed Prints

P-38 and F-15E in flight together. Signed prints available

£35

Mosuito over Liverpool docs during WWII. Signed prints available

£30

Fiery Cross

£35

Hawker Hurricane twin seat conversion. Signed prints available

£28

£30

£38

£28

Lightning Jets: F2a (XN771) 19 Squadron and F3 (XR749) 5 Squadron. Signed prints availbale

£70 - Pilot Signed

Ruling the Skies of Afghanistan

£35

RAF Tornado retirement tribute. GR1 and GR4. Signed prints available

£55 - Large

£35 - Small

£35 - Small

£80 - Large

£55 - Medium

Rapid Refuel

£28

A-10 Thunderbolt II from 81st TFW. RAF Bentwaters and RAF Woodbridge

£28

£28

Kicking up Sand

£28

Never give up Never forget On the Homefront

£35

Training Days

£25

 NEW Limited Edition Signed Giclee Print  NOW AVAILABLE TO PURCHASE

OPERATION HAMMER

 

On October 6th 1986, as part of a NATO exercise; the 81st Tactical Fighter Wing successfully launched one hundred and five A-10 Thunderbolt II's all within forty five minutes. Aircraft from six Tactical Fighter Squadrons took off from the closely located twin bases; RAF Bentwaters and RAF Woodbridge, Suffolk, England. These were: 78th, 91st, 92nd, 509th, 510th and 511th. Not only was this looked upon as being the most USAF fighters ever to be launched at one time, but the wing also set the record for the number of aircraft fully mission capable and ready to fly. This scene is from an area of the RAF Bentwaters base that was home to the 511th Tactical Fighter Squadron 'Vultures'. Featuring aircraft: 80-275 and 80-277

P-51D "MYRT II" NA-5 serial 44-13526 - Lieut. Leonard B. Fuller of the 355th Fighter Group, 357th Fighter Squadron (8th Air Force) P-51D strike on a Me410 over Germany in 1944. Signed prints available

BITTER SWEET AMBITION

 

P-51D "MYRT II" NA-5 serial 44-13526 - Lieut. Leonard B. Fuller of the 355th Fighter Group, 357th Fighter Squadron (8th Air Force)

 

This scene shows Lt Leonard B Fuller flying over the farm he lived on and towards the cemetery where he now rests. It was one of his greatest ambitions to fly his plane over his farm.

 

Fuller was killed in action on July 7th 1944 when his plane was hit by flak near Blankenhain, Germany. He tragically lost his life when his parachute failed him.

THE LAST MISSION

 

P-51D "MYRT II" NA-5 serial 44-13526 - Lieut. Leonard B. Fuller of the 355th Fighter Group, 357th Fighter Squadron (8th Air Force)

 

This scene features Lt Leonard B Fuller in his P-51D 'MYRT II' who shot down an Me410 over Germany on 7th July 1944. It would be his final mission as shortly after this kill, whilst closing in on another Me410 near Naumburg Airfield, Germany, his P-51D was hit by flak at 7,000 feet near Blankenhain, Germany. He tragically lost his life when his parachute failed him.

Christmas Banner Christmas Banner

Wishing all my customers a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Victory's Fire

£33

Storm Hunters

£25

SON OF THE SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY

 

Depicting the final moments of Commander James Franklin Patterson and Lieutenant Walter Palmer Lathrop and the tragic events that lead to their deaths.

 

Patterson who was from California’s San Joaquin Valley (Maricopa, Ca) was commanding officer for VC-94 Squadron serving on the USS Shamrock Bay escort carrier when on April 9th 1945 Pattersons FM-2 Wildcat was hit by AA Fire whilst investigating enemy positions over the island of Okinawa, near the infamous Hacksaw Ridge. Following a strike to his engine Patterson then collided with Curtis SOC-3 Seagull BuNo 1125 from the USS Tuscaloosa (CA-37) piloted by Lt Walter Palmer Lathrop.

 

£35

£35

FM-2 and SOC-3 Seagull collision during WWII Original military aviation painting commissions

Commission a Military Aviation painting featuring your favourite aircraft.

Sizes to suit different budgets. FREE, no obligation quote

LEARN MORE

COMMISSION YOUR OWN ORIGINAL PAINTING

Christmas Banner Christmas Banner