The Aviation Art of Roy Grinnell

A Shot Across the Bow
A Shot Across the Bow
Signed by Lt. James P. Muri - $400
Adding Insult to Injury
Adding Insult to Injury
Signed by J.D. Collinsworth - $150
A Record for Russo
A Record for Russo
Signed by Michael Russo- $150
Barbara Ann's Busy Day
Barbara Ann's Busy Day
Five pilot signatures - $150
Christmas Over Rangoon
Christmas Over Rangoon
Five Flying Tiger pilot signatures - $275
Danger: Lightning Nearby
Danger: Lightning Nearby
Ten signatures - $275
The Decisive Moment
The Decisive Moment
Twenty three signatures - $495
Eagles Prey
Eagles Prey
Signed by 'Red' McColpin - $150
Fifth Victory
Fifth Victory
Signed by Douglas Campbell - $175
First Blood
First Blood
Signed by Tex Hill - $150
First Blood, Last Blood
First Blood, Last Blood
31 AVG signatures - $595
First Kill
First Kill
Signed by Wladek Gnys - $95
First Marine Ace
First Marine Ace
Signed by Marion Carl - $175
First Sting
First Sting
Signed by James Luma - $150
First Victory
First Victory
Signed by George Vaughn - $175
Flak Time
Flak Time
Five pilot signatures - $200
Greenheart Leader
Greenheart Leader
Two pilot signatures - $150
High Noon Over Alicante
High Noon Over Alicante
Signed by Jay T. Robbins - $175
Last Victory
Last Victory
Signed by Ray Brooks - $175
The Legend Begins
The Legend Begins
Twenty nine AVG signatures - $395
Legends of Combat
Legends of Combat
Six pilot signatures - $200
Marianas Turkey Shoot
Marianas Turkey Shoot
Signed by Alex Vraciu - $150
Mission Accomplished
Mission Accomplished
9 Yammamoto mission signatures - $275

Night Victory
Night Victory
Signed by Guy P. Bordelon - $150
Number Twenty for Joe
Number Twenty for Joe
Signed by Joe Foss - $175
One for the Big Friends
One for the Big Friends
Signed by Francis 'Gabby' Gabreski - $175
Over the Top of the World
Over the Top of the World
Four pilot signatures - $200
Sandy's Change of Plans
Sandy's Change of Plans
Ten signatures - $200
Scotty's Last Combat
Scotty's Last Combat
Signed by Robert L. Scott - $175
Showdown Over Berriere
Showdown Over Berriere
Signed by Ken Dahlberg - $175
Strange Encounter
Strange Encounter
Signed by Rudy Augarten - $150
The Struggle Begins
The Struggle Begins
Two pilot signatures - $125
There Went Number 10
There Went Number 10
Signed by 'Boots' Blesse - $150


Triple Play
Triple Play
Signed by Herman Ernst - $150
Unlucky Seven
Unlucky Seven
Signed by David McCampbell - $175
A Vanguard of Eagles
A Vanguard of Eagles
16 signatures - $200
Yeager's First Jet - by Roy Grinnell
Yeager's First Jet
Signed by Chuck Yeager - $275
Yeager's Last Military Flight
Yeager's Last Military Flight
Signed by Chuck Yeager - $250
Zero Fighter Sweep
Zero Fighter Sweep
Signed by Ken Walsh - $175
Roy Grinnell
Roy Grinnell
1933 - 2019

One of the leading names in aviation art, Roy Grinnell was born in Santa Barbara, California. As a child he enjoyed drawing airplanes and at the age of eleven he painted a Swedish P-51 shooting down a Me-109 for his Swedish grandmother. When Roy graduated from Santa Barbara High School he decided to join the Navy
and was stationed in Guam. After serving his time in the Navy he attended the Art Center School of Design in Los Angeles and graduated with honors. Preserving Aviation History on canvas is Roy Grinnell’s forte and it has brought him worldwide recognition as an Aviation Artist of the
highest caliber. Roy’s documentation of aerial combat events has given him the honor of being the official artist of the American Fighter Aces Association, and the American Combat Airman Hall of Fame, of the Commemorative Air Force, Midland, Texas. In 1999 Roy was the proud
recipient of the RG Smith Award for Excellence in Naval Aviation Art at the National Museum of Naval Aviation, Pensacola, Florida. In 2003 Roy’s painting “Joe Foss – A Proud American” won First Place at the Naval Museum in Pensacola. Roy was made an “Honorary Ace” by the
American Fighter Aces Association in 2004. Roy was awarded the “Spirit of Flight” award and Lifetime Membership into the Commemorative Air Force, Midland, Texas. Roy’s original oil paintings have been displayed at the Duxford Air Show, UK, Naval Air Museum, Pensacola,
Florida, The Polish War Museum in Warsaw, Poland, the US Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio, the National Aviation Hall of Fame, Dayton, the Normandie Niemen Museum, Les Andelys, France, American Combat Airman Hall of Fame, CAF Headquarters, Midland, Texas,
Le Bourget Museum, Paris, The Paris Air Show, Le Bourget, Museum of Flight, Boeing Field, Seattle, American Airlines, Dallas, Frontiers of Flight Museum, Dallas, and the Aeroclub de France, Paris.