Neville Colvin (biography)Medium:
Pen & Ink on Acid-free BoardSize:
21" x 7" (545mm x 180mm)Date:
1981This is the unique original Pen & Ink drawing by Neville Colvin.
A set of 3 consecutive Neville Colvin Modesty Blaise strips numbered 5189, 5189a and 5190.
These strips feature Willie Garvin and his beautiful girlfriend Maude Tiller who have been kidnapped and are being experimented on by scientists at the University of Health.
This is the original art used for episodes of 'Garvin's Travels', the 47th Modesty Blaise adventure, and appeared in the London Evening Standard in 1981.
These come directly from the Neville Colvin family archive.
Modesty Blaise was Peter O'Donnell's most famous literary creation and has appeared in many popular novels and newspaper strips for nearly 40 years.
Each piece is 210mm x 297mm in VG - Very Good - condition.