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    Sanjulian (Manuel Pérez Clemente) Eerie Magazine #41 Cover Recreation Illustration Original Art (c. 1994). Famed for his stunning cover paintings for Warren (notably for Vampirella and Eerie), Sanjulian had his own 90-card trading card set from FPG in 1994. The painting produced from this image was included in that card set. This work is pure graphite on 11.75" x 16" bright white Bristol board. Signed in the lower right. In Excellent condition.

    More Information: EDIT: Added identification as Eerie #41 cover recreation.

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