DescriptionAlex Toth Personal Love #11 "I Struck It Rich" page 9 Original Art (Eastern Color, 1951). This lovely page showcases the hallmark touches of an Alex Toth masterwork -- unusual points of view, tight focusing on faces, dynamic massed shadow areas, and brilliant design and draftsmanship. This piece is the other page that Frank Frazetta gave to Howard O'Donnell in 1958. Howard was an active comic book artist for Stan Lee's Atlas (about 28 stories) and also for Lev Gleason, from 1956-58. He also was a studio mate with Gray Morrow and became good friends with Al Williamson, Angelo Torres and others. You'll find several pictures of him sword-fighting and carrying on with Gray and others in the introduction to the Gray Morrow biography, Gray Morrow Visionary, Insight Studios, 2001. This page has an image area of 12" x 18.5". There is heavy edge wear and the lower left corner has been clipped (outside the image area); otherwise, the art is in Very Good condition.
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