Frank Hamilton Original Pulp Painting for The Shadow:

Frank Hamilton Original Pulp Painting for The Shadow: “The Tower of Death”

Original pulp painting by Frank Hamilton (1918–2008) of “The Tower of Death.” Recreation painting of the May 1, 1934 issue of The Shadow Magazine. Dated May 1970 on the bottom left. Oil on board, framed to 18″ tall x 14″ wide.

Frank Hamilton is widely considered the greatest artist of the pulp fandom revival and fanzines from the 1970s-2000s. Though he mainly did black & white stippled interior illustrations, on rare occasions he did full color oil paintings.

$1,750.00
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Walter Baumhofer Original Pulp Painting for Outlaws of the West (1930-32)

Walter Baumhofer Original Pulp Painting for Outlaws of the West (1930-32)

Original pulp painting by Walter Baumhofer (1904-1987), attributed to the pulp magazine Outlaws of the West, published by Hersey Publications. The exact issue isn’t certain, but it’s one of the rare 1930-32 issues. Oil on canvas, framed to 28″ tall x 25″ wide.

Walter Baumhofer is one of the most collected pulp artists, with one of his Doc Savage covers of the era recently selling for nearly $100k. This cover is typical of the style he used for the Harold Hersey-published pulps.

$5,950.00
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Verne Tossey Original Cover Painting for

Verne Tossey Original Cover Painting for “Silver Rock” (Ballentine, 1953)

This is the original cover painting by Verne Tossey (1920-2002) for “Silver Rock” by Luke Short (paperback, Ballentine, 1953). Oil on board. Image is 26″ x 18″ and framed to an approximate size of 35″ x 27″.
Signed center left. Comes with a copy of the book.

$1,500.00
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A.B. Chesley train cover

A.B. Chesley Original Train Cover Painting

Original A.B. Chesley painting, likely for a train pulp or magazine cover. Gouache on paper. Signed lower left. Image 27″x 20″.

$750.00
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John Fleming Gould Original Painting for The Saturday Evening Post (1941)

John Fleming Gould Original Painting for The Saturday Evening Post (1941)

Original John Fleming Gould painting for The Saturday Evening Post (1941). Story illustration, watercolor on paper. Signed lower right. Inscribed on reverse and having old Curtis Publishing Company label for The Saturday Evening Post. Image 21″ x 27″; framed to approx. 27″ x 33″.

$1,750.00
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Sidney Riesenberg Original Painting for Complete Detective Novel Magazine

Sidney Riesenberg Original Pulp Painting for Complete Detective Novel Magazine (January 1931)

Original pulp painting by Sidney Riesenberg (1885-1971) to the January 1931 issue of Complete Detective Novel Magazine. Oil on canvas, 30″ x 28″; framed to 33.5″ tall x 31.5″ wide.

Comes with a copy of the original pulp.

Quality-wise, Riesenberg’s covers are hit-or-miss. The figure on the left is the best-realized figure we’ve seen in any of Riesenberg’s surviving paintings.

$4,950.00
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O.J. Watson Original Painting for

O.J. Watson Original Cover Painting for “Trustee From the Toolroom” (Ballentine, 1967)

This is the original cover painting by O.J. Watson for “Trustee From the Toolroom” by Nevil Shute (paperback, Ballentine, 1967). Mixed media on board. Image is 15″ x 12.5″ and framed with a copy of the book to an approximate size of 20″ x 38″. Signed center right.

From the Estate of Charles Martignette.

$700.00
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Gerald Powell Original Painting for

Gerald Powell Original Cover Painting for “A Man Made for Trouble” (Major Books, 1976)

Original paperback cover painting by Gerald Powell (American, 20th Century)” for A Man Made for Trouble by James Powell (Major Books #3249, Canoga Park, CA, 1976). The painting also appeared as the cover of Creed’s Gauntlet by Mike Newton (Carousel Westerns #70236, CA, 1982). Acrylic on board, 30″ x 20″. From the Dan Roberts Collection.

A copy of the paperback A Man Made for Trouble accompanies this.

A nicely-rendered piece and at a large size.

$350.00
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Jerome Podwil Original Painting for Tall for a Texan (Ace Double M-122, 1965)

Jerome Podwil Original Cover Painting for “Tall for a Texan” (Ace Double M-122, 1965)

Original paperback cover painting by Jerome Podwil (1938- ) to Tall for a Texan (by Roger Spellman, Ace Double M-122, 1965) and used again for South to New Range (by Don P. Jenison, Ace Double 17235, 1970). Mixed media on board, 23.5″ x 15.5″. Comes with a copy of the original paperback.

Provenance: from the Dan Roberts Collection.

This is great-looking piece for Ace paperback collectors with an interest in owning a piece of original Ace artwork.

$500.00
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Willard Neeley Original Painting for Barbed Wire Kingdom (Bantam #1926, 1959)

Willard Neeley Original Cover Painting for “Barbed Wire Kingdom” (Bantam Books #1926, 1959)

Original cover painting by Willard Neeley (20th C.) to Barbed Wire Kingdom (by C. William Harrison, Bantam #1926, 1959). Gouache on board, 15.625 x 9.25 in.; framed to approx. 21 x 15 in.

Comes with a copy of the original paperback.

Provenance: from the Dan Roberts Collection.

$650.00
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Hunter Barker Original Painting for Trigger Law (1952; Jim Hatfield Series)

Hunter Barker Original Cover Painting for “Trigger Law” (Jim Hatfield Series, 1952)

This is the original cover painting by Hunter Barker (1918-2010) to Trigger Law (by Jackson Cole, Pyramid #66, 1952), a Jim Hatfield novel. Oil on canvas, 19.75 x 12.75 in.; framed to aprox. 15 x 22 in.

Comes with a copy of the original paperback.

Provenance: from the Dan Roberts Collection.

$1,500.00
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