Giorgio Trevisan (biography)Medium:
Watercolour on CardSize:
6" x 11" (140mm x 280mm)Date:
1967This is the unique original Watercolour painting by Giorgio Trevisan.
Giorgio Trevisan painted an adaptation of the Wizard of Oz for the Princess Tina comic in 1967. Previously he had worked for the Roy Dami studio in Italy before hooking up with Amalgamated Press (Fleetway) in London.
While there he worked on Battler Britton and The Spider as well as various features for Battle and War Picture Libraries as well as the educational pre-school magazine Treasure. During the 1980s he produced Sherlock Holmes stories for the Italian market and has painted Tarot cards.
The Queen of the field mice agrees to help our friends get the sleepy Lion through the poppy field. Watercolour over pen and ink. Complete with story title paste-up.