I guess the issue is none of them are purely comic art. Maybe the "non-comic frazetta paintings" s/b expanded to include other comic artists "non-comic" paintings. No reason to include fraz and exclude barks I suppose
sport of tycoons, 2011, $262,900 vacation panel, 2011, $179,250 business as usual, 2011, $179,250 embarassment of riches, 2010, $161,325 spoiling the concert, 2007, $155,350 dubious doings at dismal downs, 2007, $150,570 a binful of fun, 2010, $143,400 spoiling the concert, 2011, $131,450 tresspassers will be ventilated, 2010, $131,450 christmas composition, 2010, $119,500 this dollar saved my life at whitehorse, 2010, $119,500 return to plain awful, 2007, $119,500 goose egg nugget, 2008, $119,500 wanderers of wonderlands, 2008, $119,500 Scrooge's old castle, 2011, $119,500 red sails in the sunset, 2011, 113,525 dam disaster at money lake, 2011, 2011, $107,550 sherriff of bullet valley, 2011, $107,550 only a poor old duck, 2011, $107,550 voodoo hoodoo, 2011, $101,575 mcduck of duckburg, 2011, $101, 575 nobody's spending, 2011, $101,575 golden cities of cibola, 2011, $101,575
Some big results for the OA. Check out the estimates. Six figure results (which would make the "biggest price" list for us) seem to be so routine over there, that they rarely get reported unless a record is set. Of course, nothing compared to more classical art, but still notable for comic art. Their market seems to be doing OK...let's see what happens in 2012.
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