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Beall, Cecil Calvert

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Price: $2,800.00

Description: Laboratory blast, young woman hiding

Comment: I can't help but feel that C.C. Beall is among the most underrated of American illustrators of his day. He was immensely popular at the time and yet today most only know him slightly. That's a pity. I love the technique… I guess that one could call it “lost and found edges.” It's that quality that makes this appear both very loose and very “realistic” (and Yes, I know that's a dirty word) at the same time. Yet, this is not just a picture for the Beall fans among us… early mass media depictions of sci-fi, lovers of “yellow peril subjects”, followers of the stories of Sax Rohmer and oh yeah… anyone who likes a good piece of story-telling. Note: As of this moment, the original is at Scarlow's Gallery on West 2nd St. here in Casper. It is still available and should be back here soon. Let me know if you need a better photo.

Price: $2,800 (+ $75 domestic shipping)

Information

Artist Cecil Calvert Beall (1892-1967)
Caption “In a dazzling, crackling flash, Nayland Smith saw a lump of solid steel not melt, but disintegrate, vanish! A pinch of gray powder alone remained.”
Condition Very good, matted not framed.
Medium Gouache and watercolor
Publication Information Story illustration for “The Shadow of Fu Manchu” by Sax Rohmer, appearing in the May 8th, 1948 issue of Collier's Weekly.
Signature Signed upper left
Size 22 x 17 ”
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