Aviation artist Domenic DeNardo has been fascinated with airplanes since he was a child growing up in Providence, Rhode Island. During World War II, he was obsessed with drawing war planes that flew from nearby airfields; F4U Corsairs, P-47 Thunderbolts, etc. His interest became more fully realized some 13 years later when he earned his private pilot's license and subsequently purchased the first of five airplanes that he would own.
DeNardo received his formal art training at the Rhode Island School of Design and he also studied engineering at the University of Rhode Island. His Illustrations have been widely published in periodicals, including Aviation Week & Space Technology, Time, the Wall Street Journal, Business & Commercial Aviation, Air Transport World and Commuter Air.
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