A beautiful large cover by Pierre Tabary, who also worked under the name Peter Glay. Pictured: Douglas Fairbanks as the Thief of Baghdad.
Pierre Tabary is a French comic artist and book illustrator, best known for his paintings for Pilote magazine under the signature Peter Glay. Before that, Tabary made the daily comic “Fantômas” from November 1957 to March 1958 for the syndicate of Opera Mundi.
He made his first covers for Pilote in 1962 and 1964, and made regular contributions to the magazine between 1968 and 1974 under the name Peter Glay. He illustrated a few short stories and made several paintings for the front covers of the magazines and the section “Musée Pilote”. He contributed his final cover in 1984. Pierre Tabary is the brother of comic artists Jean Tabary and Jacques Tabary, and the uncle of Nicolas Tabary.
The work is in good condition. Minor restoration, left of the middle. The back of the board is worn.
The final photo shows the publication of the work. The album is not included.
The mat will not be included if the lot is shipped, but it will be included if it is picked up.
- Original artwork
- No. of items
- Tabary, Pierre (alias Peter Glay)
- Originele cover in kleur 'Le voleur de Bagdad'
- Year oldest item
- 43,5 x 33 cm.
- Tabary, Pierre ( Peter Glay)