Senor Coyote

Artist:Rudolph Belarski
Medium:Oil on Canvas
Dimensions:Sight Size 24" x 32" Framed 32 1/4" x 42 1/2"
Original Use:Cover Art for Argosy Weekly - June 18, 1938
Price: S O L D
Above: Full view of artwork
Above: The artist's signature
Above: Argosy Weekly - June 18, 1938, included in sale

A south of the border Latin themed large and colorful original pulp cover painting by Rudolph Belarski for the long running magazine Argosy; June 18, 1938. Used to illustrate the interior story "Senor Coyote" written by Frederick Schiller Faust under the pen name Max Brand. Rudolph Belarski produced many fantastic covers for the pulps, specializing in aviation themed wartime depictions. His oil on canvas illustrations were ablaze with color and adventure. Belarski was recently featured in Dan Zimmer's wonderful Illustration Magazine (issue 27) and this painting was reproduced as a full page colorplate, this as well as a complete edition of the published Argosy weekly pulp is included in the sale.

Above: Framed in a very handsome gallery frame
Above: Frame profile
Above: Verso view of relined canvas

From the Estate of Charles Martignette, in a fabulous and stunning wide-profile gold gallery frame.

Above: The painting as it appears in Illustration Magazine 27


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