Frank McCarthy Thunderball Original Artwork

American-born artist Frank McCarthy was responsible for posters from some very well-known films, including The Ten Commandments, The Dirty Dozen, and Once Upon a Time in the West, but his most famous works are those done for Bond films. This Frank McCarthy Thunderball Original Artwork gives you a chance to own a bit of that history. Both of the paintings, done in casein on 35.8 x 23.6 inch boards, were used in posters for the film, with the iconic jetpack featured in the "Look Up!" poster, and the underwater battle scene captioned with "Look Down!". Each comes with a letter of provenance and is expected to fetch a minimum of $40,000.

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