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To auction, buy, consign or sell J. C. Leyendecker art such as ones that sell for almost $400,000, please go to http://www.NateDSanders.com, email Nate at Nate@NateDSanders.com or phone (310) 440-2982. 1. Interest free cash advances are available, 2. you can name a high reserve and 3. you will usually receive a 0% commission rate on high-end paintings at NateDSanders.com. No other auction house will give you those terms, especially the high reserve.
J. C. Leyendecker Art
J. C. Leyendecker art is highly collectible and valuable; his pieces have sold for as much as over $350,000. Leyendecker is best known for his advertising illustrations and magazine covers. He painted 322 covers for the Saturday Evening Post alone. Before Norman Rockwell, Leyendecker was the artist most identified with the magazine. Leyendecker was a major influence on Rockwell, with whom he was friends. In fact, Rockwell claimed him as both an idol and a mentor. And while later Norman Rockwell came to be regarded as America’s greatest illustrator, J. C. Leyendecker illustration art continues to be sought after and valued by discriminating collectors who recognize it for the groundbreaking and influential role it has had upon American art. We have many Norman Rockwell and J. C. Leyendecker art collector clients at Nate D. Sanders Auctions and can get you top prices for both Rockwell and J. C. Leyendecker art. We can also offer you a special rate of zero percent seller’s commission when you consign any J. C. Leyendecker high-end art piece. Your J. C. Leyendecker art can be worth hundreds of thousands of dollars. He is one of the most illustration artists of all time.
Here is a J. C. Leyendecker art list of items sold (actual sale prices) and we can get these prices for you at our auction. Please phone or write Nate@NateDSanders.com for actual sale prices of other J. C. Leyendecker:
J. C. Leyendecker art being a 29″ x 21″ oil on canvas Saturday Evening Post 1910’s cover. Just over $200,000.
J. C. Leyendecker art being a 28″ x 21″ oil on canvas Saturday Evening Post 1920’s cover. Just over $200,000.
Huge J. C. Leyendecker art being a 22″ x 44″ oil on canvas, undated. Just over $200,000.
Tech Times wrote about our art auction house in 2014 when we successfully handled the Ray Bradbury estate of his art including an ”Addams Family” cartoonist and creator Charles Addams original 1946 painting personally owned by Ray Bradbury that sold for $25,000 as well as another artwork that sold for over $45,000. Here it is:
Ray Bradbury’s science fiction collection of art and memorabilia up for auction
Science fiction author Ray Bradbury was quite the collector of science fiction art and memorabilia. Now, his fans can bid on much of that collection via an online auction through Nate D. Sanders.
Bradbury is most known for writing Fahrenheit 451, a dystopian sci-fi novel about a futuristic American society where books are illegal and burned. He also wrote The Martian Chronicles, a collection of short stories about humans colonizing the red planet.
Bradbury died at the age of 91 in 2012, leaving behind his massive collection, including original art and illustrations that ended up as covers for many of his books, as well as items he collected on his own.
One of the pieces up for bid is a preliminary cover art painting by Joseph Mugnaini for Fahrenheit 451. The watercolor and sketch shows figures that readers will recognize that ended up as the final artwork for the first edition of that book.
There is also Bradbury’s personally owned Fahrenheit 451 print of the “Burning Man” by Mugnaini. This image eventually became the cover for the 1953 Ballantine printing of the hardcover of the novel.
Mugnaini collaborated with Bradbury often and much of his art ended up representing Bradbury’s books. The collection also includes six black and white prints of the artist’s work for The Martian Chronicles.
For those looking for something a bit more personal from Bradbury’s collection, there is a painting titled “Crazy Ray,” which was given to Bradbury as a gift. It incorporates themes Bradbury liked, such as Mars, carnivals, haunted houses and a black cat.
The author loved comics and often collected artwork from strips he liked dating back to the 1940s, including “Steve Canyon,” “Andy Cap,” and “L’il Abner.”
Animation cels collected by Bradbury are also up for auction, including cels from the Warner Brothers’ Bugs Bunny cartoon and from the 1973 film version of Charlotte’s Webb. Most impressively, though, is the cel from Disney’s 1937 film Snow White, which shows perhaps the most famous scene in the movie where the evil queen is handing a poisonous apple to Snow White. There are also other prints from Disney films available.
Anyone interested in bidding on items from the collection has until Sept. 25 at 5 p.m. EDT to do so. A full list of items up for auction is on the Nate D. Sanders website.
See the article here: http://www.techtimes.com/articles/16374/20140924/ray-bradbury-science-fiction-collection-of-art-and-memorabilia-up-for-auction.htms
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To auction, buy, consign or sell J. C. Leyendecker art, please go to http://www.NateDSanders.com, email Nate at Nate@NateDSanders.com or phone (310) 440-2982.