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In the early 1950's, two P-51D's of the Dominican Republic's Esquadron Ramfis take off for the bomb range, followed by two F-47Ds of Esquadron Leonidas. Despite their association with the awful dictator Rafael Trjillou, I couldn't resist those googly-eyed shark mouths, and the chance to show Mustangs and Jugs together in a rare post WWII setting. The Dominican Mustangs were the world's last to fly operational missions, the last being retired in 1984. Aircraft number 1916, is now restored and flying with the Flying Heritage & Armor Collection as Upupa Epops, a WWII combat veteran with several aerial victories. 


The original painting is available for purchase. Painting size in inches: 24 x 30 acrylic on gessoboard. Contact the artist using the phone number liseted on this website and reference: "Sharks.”


Signed prints available on this site by clicking on the "add to cart" option. Print size in inches: image size 16 x 20 on 18 x 22 paper.


  • Signed prints may be ordered through this website by clicking on the "add to cart" button.

    All orders are handled and fulfilled by the artist including packaging and shipping. A shipping fee of $10.00 is charged for prints mailed in the United States. Prints are sent in protective packaging including acid free paper.

    Lastly, all customers are contacted and notified with an arrival date and an air bill for tracking purposes.

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