Len Ennico 1943

Len Ennico 1943, "my good buddy", USS LaVallette, South Pacific

“At war there were no art supply stores.” George painted on cancelled charts and scrap paper, as evidenced in this 1943 portrait of his friend  Len Ennico. George always improvised….even after the war was over.

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6 Responses to Len Ennico 1943

  1. Finley says:

    The colors in this picture are so great! I love it.
    happy 90th! I hope you have a great day!
    ps. i am your granddaughter margot’s friend:)

  2. j says:

    happy birthday george… and many more wonderful years for you and the loves in your life.

  3. Hello there George,

    Happy 90th Birthday Many blessings for you, your family, your children and more! You are a blessing to our country and its men like you who make me proud to be an American. God Bless you and God bless America. I love painting myself and after reading your story, I have been more inspired to keep painting even if I can’t afford the canvas paper or paint. Thank you 🙂

  4. Hillary K. Maley says:

    Your friend Alex (& your daughter-through Alex) led me here to wish you all the BEST!
    YOU are such an obvious gift to us all.
    Thank you for your service.
    AND~my goodness, your passion & gifts are staggering!!!
    It speaks volumes~this heart & spirit of yours to have experienced what you did & yet continue to create such art.
    A saving grace, I would suspect.
    Happy 90th~precious man!!!
    *ps. Fellow Aquarius… MY 47th is TODAY! 😉
    Hillary K. Maley
    Aspen, Colorado

  5. Eric says:

    Happy 90th sir, and many happy returns!

  6. Ralph says:

    Just wanted to wish you a Happy 90th Birthday George! Thank you for all you did for our freedom. Excellent paintings by the way.

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