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    Bernie Wrightson The Skull Marker Sketch Original Art (1990s). Wrightson's perfectionism caused even his spontaneous sketches to have the look and texture of finished art. This ominous skull-faced image bears the evidence of a thoughtfully composed pencil sketch, beneath the layered and textured felt-marker inking. Wrightson used another, slightly dried, marker for additional shading, dry-brush style. First-rate work from one of the most celebrated horror-art specialists. Overall size of 10" x 10". Excellent condition.

    More information about Bernie Wrightson, also known as Wrightson, Bernie, Berni Wrightson, Bernie Wrightson.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2018
    14th Sunday
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