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Sell or Auction Your Al Moore Saturday Evening Post Art for up to Nearly $25,000 – $50,000 or More at Nate D. Sanders Auctions

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Al Moore Saturday Evening Post Art

Al Moore was an American artist and professional football player for the Chicago Bears. During his career as an artist he painted several covers for the Saturday Evening Post, worked on advertisement campaigns for large companies like Coca-Cola and was an established pin-up artist.

Below are some recent realized prices for Al Moore Saturday Evening Post art. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to these amount or more for you:

  • Al Moore Saturday Evening Post Art Circa Early 1940s. Sold for Nearly $50,000.
  • Another Al Moore Saturday Evening Post Art Circa Early 1940s. Sold for Over $25,000.

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Below are some examples of art items we have sold at auction:

Robert Crumb Original Cover Art for Volume 6 of ”The Complete Crumb Comics” Entitled ”On the Crest of a Wave”

Incredible Robert Crumb original cover art for ”The Complete Crumb Comics”, Volume 6 entitled ”On the Crest of a Wave”, published by Fantagraphic Books in 1991. This fantastic example of original Crumb artwork shows Crumb himself riding the crest of a wave of flesh and humanity, populated with familiar faces from 1960s counterculture, including Jerry Garcia. This piece served as the cover for Volume 6 of a 17 volume exhaustive series of Crumb’s artistic output, with Vol. 6 documenting approximately two years from the late 1960s into the early 1970s. Ink on illustration board, cover measures 13” x 17” with ”The Complete Crumb Comics” header affixed; artwork alone measures 10” x 13”. Artwork is affixed at the top to the backing mat by two pieces of tape, measuring 16” x 20” with mat. Near fine condition. Sold for $41,250.

Al Moore Saturday Evening Post art
Original Cover Art for Volume 6 of ”The Complete Crumb Comics”. Click to enlarge.

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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. Sold for $40,954.

Al Moore Saturday Evening Post art
Original Ink and Watercolor Drawing by E.H. Shepard of Winnie-the-Pooh and Piglet. Click to enlarge.

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Ray Bradbury Personally Owned Oil Painting, Titled ”Carnival” by Joseph Mugnaini — The Very First Mugnaini Painting Purchased by Bradbury & Which Ignited Their Professional Collaboration

Art by Joseph Mugnaini from the personal collection of Ray Bradbury, and indeed the painting which began the collaboration between the two creative men. Painting known as both ”Carnival” and “Caravan” is a nighttime scene depicting a train perched precariously high, filled with faceless figures, their arms raised in apparent cheering, waving pennant-style flags. The carnival theme is inextricable from Bradbury’s work, serving not only as the setting of his famous novel, ”Something Wicked This Way Comes”, but also as his inspiration to become a writer; Bradbury credits his interaction as a child with a carnival magician named ”Mr. Electrico”, who told him to ”Live Forever!”, as the impetus for his writing career. Painting, composed in oil on board, is circa 1952. Measures approximately 31” x 25”, matted and framed to an overall size of 36” x 30”. Frame shows wear but art appears near fine. With a COA from the Ray Bradbury estate. Sold for $23,153.

Al Moore Saturday Evening Post art
Joseph Mugnaini Art. Click to enlarge.

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