Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art Wanted at a 0% Commission Rate at NateDSanders.com Auctions
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Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art
Do you have a Maxfield Parrish illustration art piece you’d like to sell? We at NateDSanders.com Illustration Art Auctions (http://www.NateDSanders.com) have clients who are specifically looking for Maxfield Parrish illustration art. For that reason, we can now offer a 0% rate of commission for any Maxfield Parrish illustration art piece, and for any other comic or illustration artwork that is reserved at $15,001 or higher. We have had incredible success selling comic art & illustration art in past auctions and we’d like the opportunity to sell your Maxfield Parrish illustration Art as well. Here are some examples that are similar to Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art that we’ve sold in the past:
Dean Ellis Painting Commissioned for the Cover of Ray Bradbury’s Book ”The Illustrated Man” — From the Bradbury Estate
Artist Dean Ellis original ”Red Illustrated Man” painting commissioned for the cover art of Ray Bradbury’s ”The Illustrated Man”. Ellis’ depiction was used for the cover of the Bantam Books 1969 paperback edition of ”The Illustrated Man”. Composed in casein on illustration board. Painting measures 17” x 26.5” and is framed to an overall size of 26” x 35”. Near fine condition (we can help you evaluate the condition of your Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art). With a COA from the Ray Bradbury estate. Sold for $45,894.
Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art Wanted
Original Ink and Watercolor Drawing by E.H. Shepard of Winnie-the-Pooh and Piglet — Extraordinarily Scarce Drawing by Shepard of the Most Famous Children’s Character
Beautifully rendered watercolor and ink drawing of Winnie-the-Pooh and Piglet by E.H. Shepard, the illustrator chosen by A.A. Milne to bring his literary characters to life. Here, Shepard draws Pooh and Piglet upon a letter to his agent, allowing the characters to express his feelings of gratitude and joy. In the autograph letter signed, dated 29 February 1932, Shepard thanks his agent for a letter, writing that he has “done splendidly” and that “this view is shared by others.” To emphasize his feelings, Shepard draws Winnie-the-Pooh reaching up and Piglet excitedly jumping at his side. Shepard must have been very pleased with his agent, as he very seldom drew his most famous characters; this drawing, done early in the illustrator’s career and just a few years after the Pooh series, is a rare exception. Single page is written from Long Meadow, Guildford. Light uniform toning and mounted to card. Overall in very good to near fine condition (we can help you evaluate the condition of your Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art). Sold for $40,954.