Mike Hubbard (biography)Medium:
Watercolour on Acid-free BoardSize:
15" x 17" (380mm x 430mm)Date:
1976This is the unique original Watercolour painting by Mike Hubbard.
These are the original watercolour paintings by the great Mike Hubbard.
These panels are taken from the serialised story of 'The Beauty & The Beast' published in the Toby comics in 1976. Published by IPC the Toby comics were designed for young children hence the beautifully vibrant colouring.
Michael Hubbard was one of the most talented artists ever to draw for comics. Perhaps best known for taking over Jane from Norman Pett in the Daily Mirror, he drew superbly atmospheric illustrations for The Thriller in the 1930s, including some sensational covers. Mike also enjoyed drawing Jane Bond, Secret Agent for Tina in the late 1960s, the adventure Allan Quatermain for Ranger and the science fantasy story Pals for The Bumper Story Book for Boys.Click for larger image ...