Hergé- Tintin - original pencil drawings, sketches from the animation movie 'on a marché sur la lune´
'Hergé's Adventures of Tintin' was the first animation movie featuring Tintin's adventures. The series was produced by Belvision in the early sixties (1959-1964) under supervision of Hergé and Greg, with Belgian comic artist Ray Goossens as artistic director. Eight Tintin albums were adapted into seven series of animation movies. In 1959, American producer Larry Harmon signed a contract with Belvision to start producing the first movie, Destination Moon, based on the two Tintin 'Moon' albums. The series was shown starting 1962 on American (ABC, CBS, NBC) and Canadian TV, and also the BBC.
Unique sketches from the Larry Harmon Pictures and Belvision archives that were used during the production of Destination Moon are now being auctioned, starting Friday July 19 (ending July 29).
This artwork is unique and irrepetible, it is not a simple lithograph or print, it is hand made. This production drawing was used in the production of one of the episodes of the animations, 32x25cm. The condition of the drawing is good, can show bends according the use during production. Hergé was one of the most important artist artist of the 20th as Andy Warhol, Damien Hirst. Jeff Koons or Banksy.
- Original artwork
- No. of items
- Croquis préparatoire pour film d´animation -Tintin/Haddock/Tournesol/Wolf - On a Marché sur la lune
- Year oldest item
- Very good
- 32x25cm - Larry Harmon/Belvision