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What are the names of the art work showcased
Just wondering what are the names of the paintings shown here. The ones with an Egyptian theme. First one, woman holding a knife in the nude, alligator in the background. Second, Woman sitting and looking at herself in mirror while man as at her feet.
Also where can I find a bigger pic of these.
I found about him in drawn.ca. His work is very beautiful. Sad to see him go. But very glad I was introduced to his artwork
Fantasia Americana (Cowboy and Cadillac)
It's a fantastic image -- My mother worked with Don in the 70s and 80s to publish those pieces. It's wonderful. I'm guessing you get a lot of comments. Most of his work is fantasy, so you really don't get that same "Western" feeling you might have when admiring a similiar subject by a different artist. He's an amazing illiustrator, and he's since done quite well as the creator of the "Doom" video game logo/box, etc,... His son has also worked in the field.
Definitely hold on to that print and keep it placed where guests have an opportunity to discuss.
Question concerning Punchatz Illustration Found
I have an illustration by illustrator Don Punchatz. It is signed. It is a picture of a Cadallic in an oilfield with the a cowboy friver stretched across the front seat. Can you please tell me about it?
Joseph A, Neigel
Don and his friends
I remember Don and he will remember me as, Jose. His friends in the early 60's were Lenny Delmundi, Jim Chervenak.
I remember a trip to or from Texas in his 60 Blue VW.
I remember his Right Guard commercial. I still have a steel ruler that was his and lasted all these years.
I was a boyfriend of his niece, Linda Joy Punchatz.
I remember trips to Cherry Lane, NYC.