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FINE ART BY MATTHEW EMENY

Military aviation limited edition prints, original paintings and commissions

EMENY ART

LIMITED EDITION SIGNED GICLEE PRINT 'The Final Approach'

£35.00

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.
The cockpit section survives at the South Yorkshire Aircraft Museum, Doncaster


Paper size:19" x 15"
Image size: 16.5" x 11.5"
Edition size: 100 x prints produced in total
Framed: No
Includes: Certificate of Authenticity
Shipping rates (see below)


WHAT IS A LIMITED EDITION GICLEE PRINT?

* High quality reproduction of an original painting, capturing accurately all aspects of the painted scene
* Produced on heavy weight archival grade 100% acid free media
* No more than the stated number of prints in an edition can be produced
* Your print number is unique (no duplicates) and form part of the edition
* The artist has numbered, signed, dated and examined each print in the edition
* An accompanying certificate is your guaruntee of the prints authenticity
* All of the above add value to your print; the next best thing to owning an original painting


SHIPPING

UK & N. Ireland = 7.95 GBP
(Special Delivery, Tracked & Signed)

Europe = 14.95 GBP
(Tracked & Signed)

Rest of the World = 17.95 GBP
(Tracked & Signed)

If you have any questions regarding this print that you would like to ask me, then please do not hesitate to contact me directly via the email address link below

 

 

Prints are allocated to customers in sequence.

 

It is sometimes possible to request a particular print number if it is available. However, this is not always an available option for editions of smaller quantities.

 

If there is a particular numbered print you would like, then please email me at the address below and I will confirm either way.

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