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Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art Wanted at a 0% Commission Rate at NateDSanders.com Auctions

To auction, buy, consign or sell original Maxfield Parrish illustration art up to $1,500,000, 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 artworks at NateDSanders.com.  No other auction house will give you those terms, especially the high reserve.

Your original Maxfield Parrish illustration art can be worth millions of dollars.

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Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art

Here is an original Maxfield Parrish illustration 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 original Maxfield Parrish illustration art:

Maxfield Parrish illustration art being Collier’s magazine cover from the 1930’s approximately 25″ x 20″, oil on masonite — almost $1.5 million dollars

Maxfield Parrish illustration art being an Alice in Wonderland illustration around 10″ x 20″ from the 1920’s — approximately $1 million dollars

Maxfield Parrish illustration art being a 19th century, almost 30″ x 45″ oil on canvas — over $1 million dollars

Maxfield Parrish illustration art being a snowy mountain landscape with a house from the 1950’s, only almost 14″ x 16″ — almost $1 million dollars

Maxfield Parrish illustration art being Collier’s magazine cover approximately 15″ x 20″, oil on paper — almost $500,000

Maxfield Parrish illustration art for a major American magazine from the 19th century, around 10″ x 15″, oil on paper — over $100,000

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

Dean Ellis Painting Commissioned for the Cover of Ray Bradbury’s Book ”The Illustrated Man” — From the Bradbury Estate

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.

Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art

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

Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art Wanted

Charles Addams Signed Painting Personally Owned by Ray Bradbury — Selected to Become the Cover of Bradbury’s Book, ”From the Dust Returned”

”Addams Family” cartoonist and creator Charles Addams original 1946 painting personally owned by Ray Bradbury. True to Addams’ whimsical and macabre tone, painting depicts a landscape scene at twilight with a Gothic mansion overlooking a shore, and with ghoulish creatures and spirits ascending towards the house. Signed, ”Chas Adams” at upper right. Mixed media on illustration board was selected to be the cover image for Bradbury’s book, ”From the Dust Returned”, which was released in 2001. Painting measures 17” x 12” and is matted and framed to an overall size of 24” x 19”. Chip to frame, otherwise near fine (we can help you evaluate the condition of your Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art). With a COA from the Ray Bradbury estate.  Sold for $25,000.

Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art

Charles Addams Signed Painting Personally Owned by Ray Bradbury — Selected to Become the Cover of Bradbury’s Book, ”From the Dust Returned”

Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art Wanted

Robert Watson Painting Entitled ”The Martian Chronicles” — Used for the Cover Art of the 1953 Second Edition — Painting Owned by Ray Bradbury

Robert Watson painting entitled ”The Martian Chronicles”, as the artist provided this cover art for the book’s second edition, printed in 1953. Signed ”R. Watson” in paint at lower left, oil on canvas painting depicts a solitary human being, surrounded by decaying structural columns on a desolate landscape; this piece exactly matches the cover of the 1953 edition, with the exception that the book has a red background. With the artist’s name, painting title and ”Collection of Ray Bradbury” handwritten to verso. Painting measures 14” x 18”. Minor scratch to front, else near fine (we can help you evaluate the condition of your Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art). With a COA from the estate of Ray Bradbury.  Sold for $22,986.

Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art

Robert Watson Painting Entitled ”The Martian Chronicles” — Used for the Cover Art of the 1953 Second Edition — Painting Owned by Ray Bradbury

Maxfield Parrish illustration art continues to be desired by collectors from around the world.   Consign your Maxfield Parrish illustration art today.

Hal Foster ”Prince Valiant” Strip — Twice-Signed and Inscribed to Ray Bradbury — From the Bradbury Estate

Original Hal Foster ”Prince Valiant in the Days of King Arthur” seven-panel strip, twice-signed and inscribed to famed novelist Ray Bradbury. Dated 5 January 1947, strip features Prince Valiant, his wife, Aleta, Queen of the Misty Isles, and Earl Jon amid a classic Arthurian feast. True to Foster’s iconic form, strip is intricately detailed and does not employ word balloons, instead narrated in captions positioned at the bottom of panels. Second frame is signed and inscribed, ”To Ray Bradbury / With My Best Wishes / Hal Foster” and last frame is signed ”Hal Foster”. With a King Features Syndicate copyright to lower edge. Strip measures 27.5” x 34.5”, stapled to a backboard measuring 28” x 44”. Wear mostly confined to margins, including tape residue and toning. With a COA from the Ray Bradbury estate.  Sold for $21,175.
We can give you estimates of your Maxfield Parrish illustration art.

Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art

Hal Foster ”Prince Valiant” Strip — Twice-Signed and Inscribed to Ray Bradbury — From the Bradbury Estate

Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art continues to rise in value and Nate D. Sanders Auctions can help you sell your Maxfield Parrish illustration art to collectors from around the world.

For a free estimate of your Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art, please email an image to Nate at the email below.

Here is a Reuters article on our auction house, Nate D. Sanders Auctions (http://www.NateDSanders) and the $500,000 we received by selling the illustration art from the estate of Ray Bradbury:

Science fiction author Bradbury’s estate auction nets nearly $500,000

Eric M. Johnson

(Reuters) – A portion of late science fiction author Ray Bradbury’s estate, including George Bernard Shaw’s garden spade and artworks both comedic and surreal, sold for $493,408 in California, the auctioneer said.

Bradbury, who died in 2012, was perhaps best known for his dystopian classic, “Fahrenheit 451.,” the auctioneer said. In a career spanning more than 70 years, the Waukegan, Illinois, native also wrote “Dandelion Wine,” “I Sing the Body Electric” and “From the Dust Returned” as hundreds of short stories, poems, essays, operas, plays, teleplays and screenplays.

Among Bradbury’s possessions sold late on Thursday was an inscribed spade owned by Irish Playwright George Bernard Shaw and a meandering science-fiction-free unpublished poem about the garden tool, which sold together for $6,250, auctioneer Nate D. Sanders said.

Dean Ellis’ painting of a naked, tattoo-covered man sitting atop a tiny wooden platform under a bewitching crimson sky, used for the 1969 cover of short story collection “The Illustrated Man,” sold for $45,894, the auction house said.

Surrealist painting “Carnival” by Italian-born artist Joseph Mungnaini, a longtime friend of Bradbury’s who developed cover and interior art for his books, won $23,153, the auctioneer said.

A mounted silver Hugo Award, the top trophy for science fiction writing which Bradbury won in 2004, garnered $28,734, and Hal Foster’s Prince Valiant comic series fetched $21,175, it said.

Reporting by Eric M. Johnson; Editing by Sandra Maler

See:  http://www.reuters.com/article/us-usa-bradbury-idUSKCN0HL2IC20140926

To auction, buy, consign or sell Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art, please go to http://www.NateDSanders.com, email Nate at Nate@NateDSanders.com or phone (310) 440-2982.  We look forward to helping you sell your Maxfield Parrish Illustration Art.

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