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    William Stout - Barbarian Sketch Original Art (1991). William "Bill" Stout was the concept designer on 1984's Conan the Barbarian movie. He has also done an amazing amount of concept art, set and prop design, and creature design on other feature films. Plus, he's done more comic book work than we can list here! This very Conan-esque barbarian is ink over graphite on slick paper with an image area of 7" x 9". Signed and dated in lower right. In Excellent condition.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2014
    3rd Sunday
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