BILL WATTERSON’s CREATIVE GENIUS remains priceless.
On Thursday, however, a price tag could be put on his original art. A late-’80s watercolor by the ”Calvin and Hobbes”creator sold at auction for $107,550, according to the Heritage Auctions website.
The artwork was published in a 1989-90 calendar. Bill Watterson ended his much-beloved strip in the mid-’90s.
Last year, the Ohio-based Watterson released his first widely public art in more than 15 years — as a contribution to Team Cul de Sac.
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