Web Arted Feb 20th

A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly at the ComicLink January 2015 Focused Auction.

A gathering of wonderful art spotted by yours truly at the ComicLink January 2015 Focused Auction.

The Smiling Troubador by Harry Kirchner.  Source.
The Smiling Troubador by Harry Kirchner. Source.
Tales To Astonish issue 49 page 2 by Larry Lieber and George Roussos.  Source.
Tales To Astonish issue 49 page 2 by Larry Lieber and George Roussos. Source.
The 'Nam issue 64 splash by Wayne Vansant and Art Nichols.  Source.
The ‘Nam issue 64 splash by Wayne Vansant and Art Nichols. Source.
Conan by Ernie Chan.  Source.
Conan by Ernie Chan. Source.
Dazzler issue 21 page 32 by Frank Springer and Vince Colletta.  Source.
Dazzler issue 21 page 32 by Frank Springer and Vince Colletta. Source.
Aquaman by Nick Cardy.  Source.
Aquaman by Nick Cardy. Source.
Danielle Moonstar by Bill Sienkiewicz.  Source.
Danielle Moonstar by Bill Sienkiewicz. Source.
Lobster Johnson by Jason Baroody.  Source.
Lobster Johnson by Jason Baroody. Source.
Wolverine by Tim Sale.  Source.
Wolverine by Tim Sale. Source.
Nexus by Steve Rude.  Source.
Nexus by Steve Rude. Source.
Wolverine by Joe Rubinstein.  Source.
Wolverine by Joe Rubinstein. Source.
Shadow by Michael Kaluta.  Source.
Shadow by Michael Kaluta. Source.
Marvel Comics Presents issue 35 page 21 by Paul Gulacy.  Source.
Marvel Comics Presents issue 35 page 21 by Paul Gulacy. Source.
Modeling With Millie issue 28 pin-up by Stan Goldberg.  Source.
Modeling With Millie issue 28 pin-up by Stan Goldberg. Source.
Harvey Comics Hits issue 54 cover Al Avison.  Source.
Harvey Comics Hits issue 54 cover Al Avison. Source.
Batman/Poison Ivy: Casting Shadows page 20 by John Van Fleet and Steve Bird.  Source.
Batman/Poison Ivy: Casting Shadows page 20 by John Van Fleet and Steve Bird. Source.
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Scott VanderPloeg
Scott works in I.T. but lives to eat and read. His other ramblings can be found at AE Index and eBabble. Art collection at Comic Art Fans.
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One comment

  1. I was fortunate enough to snag the beautiful Harry Kirchner piece “The Smiling Troubador”! It is a little warn and I haven’t been able to find out exactly where it is from but I think from the info I have been able to dig up , that it is early in his career perhaps from his first published work in a Western pulp magazine from the 1930’s.Any info anyone has about this would be greatly appreciated.

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