CONFEDERATE GENERAL JOSEPH E. JOHNSTON PAINTING BY FAMED SUPERMAN / BATMAN ARTIST FRED RAY

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This acrylic-on-artist-board work was the cover art for the January 1966 issue of Civil War Times Illustrated. A copy of the cover is included with the art.

Fred Ray is best known for his work on the early Superman and Batman comics.  In 2017, original art for one of Mr. Ray's Superman covers brought $77,675 at auction.  Others have gone as high as $195,500.  Unfortunately, neither Superman nor Batman appear in this painting so the price is considerably lower.  Mr. Ray served as art director for both Civil War Times Illustrated and American History Illustrated and was also the creator of the Tomahawk comic series.  A veteran of World War II, he died in 2001.

A fine piece of illustration art in the original frame and ready to hang on the wall of your relic room.  Painting measures 16.50” X 20.50”; frame measures 18 ¾” x 22 ¾”.

Colors are bright and vivid. Notation on the reverse of the frame shows the painting was cleaned in 2001.  [ad] [ph:L]

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