Dynamite

Artist:Robert McCall
Date:1961
Medium:Acrylic or Oil on Illustration Board
Dimensions:Sight Size 16 1/2" x 22 1/2" Framed 25" x 31"
Condition:Mint
Original Use:Interior Illustration for The Saturday Evening Post
Price:Sold
Full View

Full View

Artist's Signature

Artist's Signature

An original illustration for the famed American weekly The Saturday Evening Post (page 32 April 8, 1961 issue) by Robert McCall. A noir pulp-like rendering for the story by William Forrest " DYNAMITE - That was his name. And no trucker ever dared to cross him-until now "... The complete magazine issue is included in the sale.

Framed and matted view in sleek chrome contemporary frame

Framed and matted view in sleek chrome contemporary frame

McCall has had a prolific career as a magazine illustrator, with work appearing across the full spectrum of popular glossy titles, most notably LIFE magazine's 1960s series on the future of space travel. Prominent as a Nasa artist, his work is on permanent exhibit at museums such as the National Gallery of Art, and his mural commissions include the National Air & Space Museum, the Pentagon, EPCOT, and Johnson Space Center.

His work for movies includes the landmark 2001:A Space Odyssey, The Black Hole, Tora! Tora! Tora!, and Star Trek: The Motion Picture.

The work as it appears in Saturday Evening Post

The work as it appears in Saturday Evening Post



 

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