An exceptionally beautiful work for a fairy tale.
Gerry Embleton started making comics at the age of 15, working on comics like “Strongbow the Mighty” (1958), Davy Crockett, Kit Carson and Kansas Kid (1959-62).
He worked closely with his brother Ron Embleton.
From 1961 onwards, he was better known for the comics he made in full colour, including “Riders of the Range”, “Stingray”, “Colonel Pinto” and, above all, “Dan Dare”. He also made “Olac the Gladiator”, which was later continued by Don Lawrence.
He was also known for his illustrations for e.g. “Look and Learn”.
In the seventies, he focused more on his work as an illustrator, but he simultaneously also worked on comics (including Catweazle)
He made these beautiful fairy tale watercolours for the magazine O.U.T. around 1970. Stunning quality! The scans don’t do the beautiful colours justice.
Also see Wikipedia, Lambiek Comiclopedia, Book Palace Artists' Biographies and many other websites.
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- Dessin original
- Nombre d’articles
- Fairy Tales
- - Originele tekening in kleur - Fairy Tales
- Année de l’objet le plus ancien
- Très bon état
- Technique mixte sur papier
- Reliure / Matériau
- Page volante
- Formaat aquarel: 18 x 18,6 cm. - Formaat blad: 19,2 x 19,6 cm.
- Embleton, Gerry