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FINE ART BY MATTHEW EMENY

Military aviation limited edition prints, original paintings and commissions

EMENY ART

Featuring English Electric Canberra PR.7 WT536 on approach to land at RAF Cosford on December 1st 1969, the aircrafts final flight. Built in 1955, WT536 flew with 13, 17, 31 and 80 Squadrons of the Royal Air Force, before being used for ground instruction duties at Cosford until being scrapped in 1991.
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT 'The Final Approach'
Depicting the final moments of Commander James Franklin Patterson and Lieutenant Walter Palmer Lathrop and the tragic events that lead to their deaths.
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED PRINT 'Son of the San Joaquin Valley'
P-51D "MYRT II" NA-5 serial 44-13526 - Lieut. Leonard B. Fuller of the 355th Fighter Group, 357th Fighter Squadron (8th Air Force)
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT '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)
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT 'The Last Mission'
Hawker Hunters F6 XF509 (73) 4FTS and T7 XL596 (90) FTS on the flightline at RAF Valley in the early 1970s. The scene is also a tribute to the crew of XL596 who tragically lost their lives when '90' crashed into trees on approach to RAF Shawbury 2nd Nov 1973, killing Squadron Leader R.C Etheridge and Officer Cadet A.K Nuseriat.
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT 'Storm Hunters'
Mk.1 Spitfire X4277 (XT-M) of No 603 (City of Edinburgh) Squadron Auxiliary Air Force, flown by Flt Lt Richard Hillary RAFVR
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT 'Victory's Fire'
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
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT 'Operation Hammer'
Consolidated B-24D Liberator at the end of practically a mile long production line at the Consolidated factory, San Diego during WWII. My customers late mother worked insulating the aircraft and therefore she is shown facing the bomber admiring the fully assembled aircraft.
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT 'On the Homefront'
13th February 1942 during the final leg of a delivery flight from the factory; four Grumman F4F-4 Wildcats encountered severe weather conditions en route to NAS San Diego. Overdue at their destination, search missions commenced the following day to locate the missing pilots. Participating in the search was North American Aviation SNJ-2 BuNo 2549; piloted by Ensign William Wallace Page and accompanied by observer Ensign Louis Massie Winn Jr; flying in a wing position of a three plane section over the southern Santa Rosa Mountains. SNJ-2 BuNo 2549 disappeared during the search in the vicinity of Rabbit Peak and this painting depicts their final moments.
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT 'Never give up, Never forget'