We deliver everywhere!The Illustration Art Gallery
The Book Palace
established 1977

020 8768 0022
(+44 20 8768 0022)

FAST UK DELIVERY (next business day) and OVERSEAS COURIER (usually 5 business days)

Modesty Blaise (Romero) Art
Modesty Blaise daily strip 4052 - Throwing Axes at Gogol's Slave Circus (Original) (Signed)

Modesty Blaise daily strip 4052 - Throwing Axes at Gogol's Slave Circus (Original) (Signed) by Modesty Blaise (Romero) Art at The Illustration Art Gallery

Ref: RomeroBlaise4052 (Click for LARGE picture)

Sorry, SOLD

Artist: Enric Badia Romero (biography)
Medium: Pen & Ink on Acid-free Paper
Size: 20" x 7" (500mm x 175mm)
Date: 1976
Signature: Signed by artist in ink middle panel

This is the Signed unique original Pen & Ink drawing by Enric Badia Romero.

An early Modesty Blaise Strip drawn by Romero for The Vanishing Dolly Birds, an intricately plotted caper in which Modesty and Willie Garvin attempt to solve the disappearances of beautiful girls who are being taken as slaves.

Gogol's Circus turns out to be more than it seems, and Modesty comes very close to death indeed.

The final panel is so dynamic that it was used in the very popular book, The Modesty Blaise Companion.

It is very rare to see early strips by Romero on the market, as they rarely leave the hands of collectors and enthusiasts.

Modesty appears serene and incredibly beautiful dressed in her knife thrower's assistant outfit.

Modesty Blaise was Peter O'Donnell's most famous literary creation and has appeared in many popular novels and newspaper strips for nearly 40 years.

You might be interested in these related item(s):
       Modesty Blaise ART by Jim Holdaway
       Modesty Blaise ART by John M Burns
       Modesty Blaise ART by Neville Colvin


Modesty Blaise (Romero) Art

Modesty Blaise (Romero) Art