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The Vault – Wonder Woman: Original Walt Howarth Painting
September 25, 2014 By Steve Eyre
Walt Howarth was a UK artist who painted covers for annuals and comics from the 1950’s to the 1990’s
I was privileged to meet him at a memorabilia show at the N.E.C in the UK just before his death in 2008. I purchased this painting of Lynda Carter’s Wonder Woman. Thousands of prints have been sold of this image but the original is in the WOOSH vault.
I was a hormonally charged teenage boy when the Wonder Woman TV series burst onto our screens in 1975. One of the the worlds most beautiful women, ex Miss America no less, playing the worlds most powerful super heroine in voluptuous living colour. I was in heaven.
I met Lynda in 2012 after her cabaret dinner show at B.B Kings Blues Club in New York and incredibly, not only does she sing like an angel but she was still smoking hot at 60! If you doubt me see the promo flyer. She was charming, vivacious and funny. Dare I say it; Wondrous.
Each time I see the painting I am instantly transported back to the adolescent fantasy world of my youth when every thing was still possible.
Lynda and Walt, Thank you Both.
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