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    Jeff Jones and Joe Sinnott - Original Illustration of Jungle Jim (1967). Adventurer "Jungle" Jim Bradley gets the Jeff Jones treatment in this 10" x 12" image, drawn on a sheet of 10.5" x 14" bristol board. The tension is high as Jungle Jim and his female companion fend off a group of angry warriors, armed solely with a pistol. Jeff Jones' understated style suitably complements this image and Joe Sinnott's inks are somewhat experimental in nature. He's using a lighter touch, lending a more sketchy quality to his linework. The work is in great condition, as has some very minimal aging. Signed by Jeff Jones and Joe Sinnott.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2003
    19th Sunday
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