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Joe Kubert Art
Joe Kubert art can sell up to just less than $100,000 at auction. Here are actual auction prices realized for Joe Kubert art and we can get up to these prices for you at our auction with a 0% seller’s commission to you:
In 2012, Brave & the Bold Hawkman cover Joe Kubert art sold for almost $100,000
In 2013, Our Army at War cover art sold for just over $20,000
In 2017, Brave & the Bold Hawkman interior Joe Kubert art sold for almost $15,000
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Alberto Vargas Art — An Original “Vargas Girl” Watercolor Painting — 18″ x 37.25″ — Painting Is From March 1948 Varga Pin-Up Calendar
Original “Vargas Girl” watercolor on board, Alberto Vargas art, which appeared as the March 1948 calendar pin-up girl in Esquire Magazine. Next to her portrait, Esquire quotes her as saying, “My boy friend often tells me / That our love is indestructible; Although I’m his biggest asset / It’s too bad I’m not deductible.” This watercolor is a beautiful example of Vargas’ aesthetic, whose pin-up girls became wildly popular during WWII and defined the genre of pin-up art collected today. During the 1940’s and 50’s, Vargas was considered an authority on the female form, and renowned for his airbrush techniques. He signs “Vargas” to the lower left of the 18″ x 37.25″ watercolor. Scattered light foxing and pin-holes to right edge at center, else near fine. Framed to an overall size of 28.25″ x 38.5″. Lot also includes an original 8.5″ x 12″ lithograph of the Varga Girl March 1948 calendar, published by Vargas Enterprises Inc. Sold for $13,650.
Charles Schulz Snoopy Red Baron Comic Strip Art — Appeared on New Years Day 1967 — Snoopy Confronts His Nemesis “The Red Baron”
Very scarce and desirable “Red Baron” Peanuts comic strip, hand-drawn by Charles Schulz. Appearing Sunday, 1 January 1967 and featuring Snoopy and Charlie Brown, this 15-panel strip is one of only eight “Peanuts” Sunday strips to run on New Years day. Strip features Snoopy as the Flying Ace, comically fantasizing about shooting down his WWI nemesis, the “Red Baron”. Tired of Snoopy’s ruckus, the European tavern owner in Snoopy’s dreams unceremoniously kicks him out of his doghouse in the pouring rain. Luckily, he always has Charlie Brown, with whom he reigns in the New Year. United Feature Syndicate label appears on second to last panel. 22.5″ x 15.5″ strip is matted to an overall size of 29.75″ x 22.5″. Very light creasing. Near fine. Sold for $60,000.