Celebrating Stan Lee’s Marvel – A Commemorative Collection

Circle Friday 25th January on you calendar, because The Avengers have assembled in Bournemouth! Westover Gallery are honoured to launch the Marvel Superheroes Commemorative Edition – A Celebration of Stan Lee. A new series of six limited edition prints. Stan's favourite characters, hand-signed by the man himself.

Creating and developing so many iconic heroes, writer Stan Lee shaped the comic book industry, ushering in its silver age. His work has had a major influence on pop culture and even tackled important social issues. Art, film, comics - the likes of Spider-Man, Hulk and the X-Men are household names for children and adults alike.

As a dedicated supplier of signed Stan Lee limited edition prints Westover Gallery are honoured to launch this Marvel Superheroes Commemorative Edition. With the blessing of his daughter, JC Lee, this collection of prints is sure to bring joy to collectors and comic book fans everywhere.

"I want the work that my father started to continue, that's what he would want and that is what I want to carry forward,” says JC Lee of the collection.

Launching Friday 25th January at Westover Gallery, on Bournemouth's Westover Road, the collection will be on display for the coming weeks. With more rare, limited edition Marvel prints in the gallery available to purchase, all hand-signed with certificates of authenticity, art collectors everywhere are sure to have a super time!

Visit us on 4 Westover Road, Open between 9am-6pm Weekdays, 10am-5pm Weekends.

See our current Stan Lee collection

Register your interest in the new collection here

Established as an independent gallery in 1995, Westover Gallery has been trading on Bournemouth’s Westover Road for 15 years. Open seven days a week, with artwork from famous artists in a range of styles, the gallery offers private viewings, bespoke framing services and exhibitions with artist appearances.

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This Event will be taking place on Friday 25th of January 2019
Posted in Past Events by Simon on 22/01/2019
Last Updated : 05/04/2019