Harvey Kurtzman

Looking for Harvey Kurtzman original art?

OverviewAvailable artSold art
Harvey Kurtzman (; October 3, 1924 – February 21, 1993) was an American cartoonist and editor. His best-known work includes writing and editing the parodic comic book Mad from 1952 until 1956, and writing the Little Annie Fanny strips in Playboy from 1962 until 1988. His work is noted for its satire and parody of popular culture, social critique, and attention to detail. Kurtzman's working method has been likened to that of an auteur, and he expected those who illustrated his stories to follow his layouts strictly. Kurtzman began to work on the New Trend line of comic books at EC Comics in 1950…Wikipedia
Where to find Harvey Kurtzman art?By volume|By price
Primary marketplace
United States
  1. 98United States
  2. 1France
  3. 1Europe
Type of sale
  1. 79Auctions
  2. 21Non-auction sources
Auctions
  1. 96Heritage
  2. 3Profiles in History
  3. 1Sotheby's
Non-auction sources
  1. 30eBay US (Buy It Now)
  2. 17Scott Eder
  3. 17Albert Moy
  4. 15ComicArtFans Classifieds
What are Harvey Kurtzman art current trends?
CAT ranking?
CAT ranking is a composite indicator measuring the popularity of an artist, a character or a series on ComicArtTracker, and its evolution month after month. The most popular ones can be found on the 'Trending searches' page.
542
Prices (low-end)?
This indicator compares prices year by year, removing extreme values to get a global trend on how prices evolve. The analysis makes a distinction between low-end and high-end / premium pieces.
=
Prices (high-end)?
This indicator compares prices year by year, removing extreme values to get a global trend on how prices evolve. The analysis makes a distinction between low-end and high-end / premium pieces.
Evolution / year
Please note…
The information and metrics provided on ComicArtTracker are intended for informational purposes only and are not guaranteed to be accurate. Our AI does its best to infer relevant metrics from publicly available data (excluding private sales or undisclosed discounts for instance) and more or less detailed and exact descriptions of the art listed for sale, but can sometimes be inaccurate.Learn more
Your own buy or sell decisions should never be solely based on data provided by ComicArtTracker!