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FINE ART BY MATTHEW EMENY

Military aviation limited edition prints, original paintings and commissions

EMENY ART

RAF Changi, Singapore in the late 60s. Featuring RAF 215 Squadron Argosy C Mk1 'XR108' and 48 Squadron Hercules C Mk1 'XV306' making a load drop during a training exercise.
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT - 'A Loadmasters Tale'
Severn Class RNLI lifeboat 17-10 from Lerwick Station, Out Skerries, Shetland Isles
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT - 'Spirit of Shetland'
This original painting features MKI Spitfire P9398 (KL-B) flown by Air Commodore "Al" Deere. The setting of this risky and sporty manoeuvre (not based on actual events), is the Lake District, Cumbria, UK
Original Gouach Painting - 'COOLING OFF'
The ten aircraft of the 525th Fighter Squadron are shown flying off the wing of a new Bulldog at dusk in view of Denali, in Alaska. It’s often difficult for new pilots to get used to formation flying, but after a while they’ll feel lonely by themselves. They learn that the value of a formation of fighter pilots is greater than the sum of its parts. Is there a Bulldog in the house?
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT - 'Mutual Support'
An A-10C Warthog from the 354th Fighter Squadron unleashes a torrent of 30mm High Explosive Incendiary on an illegal Taliban checkpoint. Upon hearing the characteristic whine of the A-10C's engines spooling up for a guns pass, eight Taliban fighters who had been brutalizing the local populace who voted in the national election make an ill-fated attempt to reach their weapons-laden motorcycles and escape. As the controller yells "They're running" over the radio, the A-10C pilot calmly adjusts his aimpoint and hammers down, sealing the Taliban fighter's fate.
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT - Zurmat Checkpoint "They're running!"
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.
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT 'Changing of the Guard'
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.
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT 'The Gryphon Mission - Hide, Shoot, Move'
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.
LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT 'The Penguin'