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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Janny Wurts Fantasy Art 1996 Janny Wurts Fantasy Art 1996 LT60 - Book and game covers, Norse legend, magical monsters, space adventures, it’s all stock-in-trade for Janny Wurts whose talents also extend to writing; as the author of several novels she has done her own illustrating. Hands-on research prior to putting brush to canvas includes assisting a falconer with his hawks, and the high regard in which the works are held let to some of them being stolen from a FedEx truck, a reward is offered on the appropriate cards. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Janny Wurts Fantasy Art 1996

Janny Wurts Fantasy Art 1996

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Barclay Shaw Fantasy Art 1995 Barclay Shaw Fantasy Art 1995 LT90 - Barclay Shaw is a well-known illustrator of books including six Tarzan covers and a range of sci-fi and horror titles which demonstrate the artist’s skill, with a further picture on the back showing a preliminary sketch or an alternative composition and a text in which Barclay Shaw describes what he has endeavoured to achieve together with working detail about shape, use of colour and so on. The result is a remarkable demonstration of fantasy art, which never fails to surprise the viewer. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Barclay Shaw Fantasy Art 1995

Barclay Shaw Fantasy Art 1995

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Bernie Wrightson More Macabre Series 2 Fantasy Art 1994 Bernie Wrightson More Macabre Series 2 Fantasy Art 1994 LT90 - Flesh-eating zombies, the un-dead, grave robbers, dripping entrails and tombstone backs with sculls. These examples of Bernie Wrightson’s work certainly live up to their ‘More Macabre’ title. The striking fantasy scenes exude violence, often with sex thrown in for good measure and a laconic message on the reverse,one of which is “The problem of starting a collection is not knowing when to quit”. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Bernie Wrightson More Macabre Series 2 Fantasy Art 1994
F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Bob Eggleton Fantasy Art 1995 Bob Eggleton Fantasy Art 1995 LT90 - Dragons, dinosaurs, aliens and space themes are clearly Bob Eggleton’s forte, as this series of cards showcasing his artwork demonstrates. Many of these imaginative and strikingly realistic paintings have been used for magazine and book covers. On the backs Bob examines his work with a critical eye and describes what he is aiming to achieve. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Bob Eggleton Fantasy Art 1995

Bob Eggleton Fantasy Art 1995

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Chris Foss Fantasy Art 1995 Chris Foss Fantasy Art 1995 LT90 -
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Chris Foss Fantasy Art 1995

Chris Foss Fantasy Art 1995

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Darrell Sweet Fantasy Art 1994 Darrell Sweet Fantasy Art 1994 LT90 - Darrell K. Sweet who's colourful portfolio extends from Robin Hood to a bionic whale. Lots of mythical beasts, knights on horseback, apparitions, alien creatures and so on, imaginatively portrayed with an eye for detail and great use of colour. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Darrell Sweet Fantasy Art 1994

Darrell Sweet Fantasy Art 1994

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art David Cherry Fantasy Art 1995 David Cherry Fantasy Art 1995 LT90 - F.P.G. specialised in fantasy art during the 1990s, showcasing many of the top American exponents, to which we can now add David Cherry, with a striking collection of his works illustrating books and magazines on a variety of science fiction subjects and including novels by his own sister who receives many ‘plugs’ on the backs, which also bear black and white sketches relating to the main colour pictures on the fronts. Size 89 x 64mm.
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David Cherry Fantasy Art 1995

David Cherry Fantasy Art 1995

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art David Mattingly Fantasy Art 1995 David Mattingly Fantasy Art 1995 LT90 - David Mattingly uses the back of these cards to describe how he goes about his work and what he is trying to achieve. The use of perspective to dramatic effect is something he picked up at the Art Centre College of Design in California, and you can see its application in many of these paintings which cover a wide range of subjects, but with a weighting towards space and sci-fi. Size 89 x 63mm.
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David Mattingly Fantasy Art 1995

David Mattingly Fantasy Art 1995

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art James Warhola Fantasy Art 1995 James Warhola Fantasy Art 1995 LT90 - It seems that fantasy art is enjoying a degree of popularity in America judging by the proliferation of set on the theme, this one being the work of James Warhola who attempts to find different approaches to the portrayal of subjects, experimenting with different levels of photographic reference, sculpting models to test the varying effects of light and shadow and so on. The numbered, titled backs bear a brief text. Size 89 x 63mm.
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James Warhola Fantasy Art 1995

James Warhola Fantasy Art 1995

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Jeffrey Jones Series 1 Fantasy Art 1993 Jeffrey Jones Series 1 Fantasy Art 1993 LT90 - Unlike most fantasy art series these cards are devoid of information about the artist, his mindset, whether the artwork was commissioned for publication, etc., which rather hampers review. All I can tell you is that they are well-painted, imaginative scenes often involving the use of swords or an axe in combat against ferocious fictitious creatures implying a violent outcome awaits the lightly-clothed human subjects. Title and brief quote on backs. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Jeffrey Jones Series 1 Fantasy Art 1993

Jeffrey Jones Series 1 Fantasy Art 1993

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Jeffrey Jones Series 2 Fantasy Art 1995 Jeffrey Jones Series 2 Fantasy Art 1995 LT90 - A series of fantasy art works by Jeffery Jones. This is one of a series of cards on fantasy art issued in the U.S.A. in the mid 1990s. Paintings of a mystical sub-world of strange creatures and worlds. This is the second series following on from the first issued in 1993. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Jeffrey Jones Series 2 Fantasy Art 1995

Jeffrey Jones Series 2 Fantasy Art 1995

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Joe Devito Fantasy Art 1995 Joe Devito Fantasy Art 1995 LT90 - F.P.G. specialised in 1990s fantasy art. The latest addition is one of the better products in that Devito has come up with a greater than usual variety of subjects and styles, although with pervasive violent and surreal undertones. And these cards are not only titled on the backs, but include the artist’s comments on what he is trying to achieve, how he works and where the art was published. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Joe Devito Fantasy Art 1995

Joe Devito Fantasy Art 1995

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art John Berkey Series 2 Fantasy Art 1996 John Berkey Series 2 Fantasy Art 1996 LT90 - John Berkey is clearly an accomplished painter with a wide series of commissions judging by the examples of his work in this set of cards, which includes subjects such as a representation of the 1950s War of the Worlds, a Jules Verne view of the future, magazine and book illustrations and the F16 fighter aircraft painted for Lockhead before the actual plane was made public. But his speciality is space travel of the future interpreted with realistic attention to detail. Picture front and back with brief descriptive text. Size 89 x 64mm.
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John Berkey Series 2 Fantasy Art 1996

John Berkey Series 2 Fantasy Art 1996

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Michael Kaluta 1st Series Fantasy Art 1994 Michael Kaluta 1st Series Fantasy Art 1994 LT90 - The first series revealing this celebrated illustrator’s work covering all manner of fictional subjects including quite a few based (with the publisher’s, Harper Collins, permission credited) on J.R. Tolkein’s characters from The Hobbit, Lord of the Rings etc.) and a particularly weird scene based on the raising of the Stars and Stripes on Iwo Jima in World War II. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Michael Kaluta 1st Series Fantasy Art 1994

Michael Kaluta 1st Series Fantasy Art 1994

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Michael Kaluta 2nd Series Fantasy Art 1995 Michael Kaluta 2nd Series Fantasy Art 1995 LT90 -
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Michael Kaluta 2nd Series Fantasy Art 1995

Michael Kaluta 2nd Series Fantasy Art 1995

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Mike Ploog Fantasy Art 1994 Mike Ploog Fantasy Art 1994 LT90 - Mike Ploog seems to specialise in violent imagery if this selection of his work is anything to go by. Werewolves, vicious alien creatures, death and destruction, Frankenstein, deformities and a smattering of scantily clad Amazons are all grist to the mill. Pencilled drawings on the backs with a descriptive, sometimes jokey, line or two. Size 89 x 63mm
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Mike Ploog Fantasy Art 1994

Mike Ploog Fantasy Art 1994

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Paul Chadwick Fantasy Art 1995 Paul Chadwick Fantasy Art 1995 LT90 - FPG were into fantasy art in a big way in the mid-1990s and Paul Chadwick is clearly an accomplished exponent judging by this collection of his work using a selection of media, acrylic, oil, watercolour, ink and gouache for magazine illustrations, advertising, comic books, posters etc., and many previously unpublished pictures, the latter including a portrait of SF author Isaac Asimov whose thank you letter is treasured by the artist, as we learn from the typical forensically-detailed card back. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Paul Chadwick Fantasy Art 1995

Paul Chadwick Fantasy Art 1995

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Robh Ruppel Fantasy Art 1996 Robh Ruppel Fantasy Art 1996 LT90 - Not the same volume of threatening undertones in Robh Ruppel’s work although that’s not to say this is ‘soft’ art and an “otherworldliness” pervades most of the paintings which include a fair number of women in various states of undress and some unsavoury characters as well as a sprinkling of horror and sci-fi. Pencil sketches and whys and wherefores on the backs. Size 89 x 63mm.
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Robh Ruppel Fantasy Art 1996

Robh Ruppel Fantasy Art 1996

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Thomas Canty Fantasy Art 1996 Thomas Canty Fantasy Art 1996 LT90 - Mr Canty obviously has a passion for the days of yore, with knights in armour, castles and noblemen and wistful maidens in abundance, with more than a hint of art deco. He analyses each work on the card backs, with some interesting asides – of his “Tree Fairie” he says Arthur Conan Doyle believed such a being actually existed. Size 89 x 63mm
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Thomas Canty Fantasy Art 1996

Thomas Canty Fantasy Art 1996

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Everyway Vision Card ? Fantasy Art 1995 Everyway Vision Card ? Fantasy Art 1995 LT90 - This series showcases the fantasy paintings of a dozen or so artists such as Roger Dean, Jeffrey Jones and Chris Achilleos – science fiction, unworldly monsters, mystical encounters and lurking dangers – a pretty broad spectrum of artwork. The backs bear a series of questions which the viewer might ask about the content and composition. Size 89 x 64mm.
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Everyway Vision Card ? Fantasy Art 1995

Everyway Vision Card ? Fantasy Art 1995

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F.P.G (USA) Fantasy Art Joe Juskos Edgar Rice-Burroughs Collection 1 (Tarzan) (1994) Joe Juskos Edgar Rice-Burroughs Collection 1 (Tarzan) (1994) LT60 - Edgar Rice Burroughs is, of course, best known as the author of the Tarzan books. Joe Jusko’s colour artwork illustrates scenes from these stories, whilst second pictures on the backs are by a variety of artists and are taken from a number of different sources such as Burne Hogarth’s “Sparkler” illustrations. Boris Vallejo’s “Tarzan the Magnificent” and the front cover of the first edition of “Tarzan of the Apes” in 1912. Size 89 x 63mm
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Joe Juskos Edgar Rice-Burroughs Collection 1 (Tarzan) (1994)
 
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