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.

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.

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