Value of Original Gabrielle del Otto Art

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Gabrielle del Otto art price guide

Del'Otto is best known for his super-expensive variant comic cover for Amazing Spider-Man #667. The record sale for this rare variant is $33,000!

Facts About Original Gabrielle del Otto Comic Art

Record Sale for Artwork:
$13,200 Batman Specialty Illustration

Official Website:
https://www.gabrieledellotto.it

Key Comic Book Issues:

  • Amazing Spider-Man #667 Variant
  • Secret War #1
  • Annihilation #1
  • Batman #75
  • Daredevil #500
Gabriele Dell'Otto

How Much is Gabrielle del Otto Artwork Worth?

Four to five figures, depending on the important of the pieces and the characters depicted.

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Prices For Gabrielle del Otto Art

Batman Specialty Illustration sold for $13,200
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The Amazing Spider-Man #635 Cover Art sold for $10,800
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The Amazing Spider-Man: Family Business #1 Page 71 sold for $1,560
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The Amazing Spider-Man: Family Business #1 Page 34 sold for $1,320
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The Amazing Spider-Man: Family Business #1 Page 53 sold for $900
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The Amazing Spider-Man: Family Business #1 Page 83 sold for $530
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Anakin Skywalker Illustration sold for $2,160
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Annihilation: Nova #2 Cover Art sold for $2.030
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Annihilation: Super Skull #3 Cover Art sold for $2,570
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Batman: Lair of the Dark Knight Painting sold for $2,240
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Batman Specialty Illustration sold for $930
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Daredevil Sketch sold for $340
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Hellboy Illustration sold for $1,440
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Marvel 1602: Fantastick Four #5 Cover Art sold for $1,435
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Red Sonja vs. Thulsa #1 Cover Art sold for $2,640
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Red Sonja vs. Tulsa Doom #4 Cover A Art sold for $6,570
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Secret War #2 Page 8 sold for $460
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Secret War #3 Page 9 sold for $1,920
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Secret War #5 Page 5 sold for $2,340
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Secret War #5 Page 29 sold for $500
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Secret War #6 Variant Cover Art sold for $6,600
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Spider-Duck Illustration sold for $1,800
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Ultimate Origins #5 A Cover Art sold for $870
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Uncanny Avengers #1 Variant Cover Art sold for $2,870
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Wonder Woman Illustration sold for $155
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History of Gabrielle del Otto in Comic Book Art

Gabriele Dell'Otto graduated with a diploma in artistic maturity from the European Design Institute in 1998. Following his education he began working Marvel Comics through their European division, providing cover art, posters and lithographies for countries like France, Germany and his own native Italy.

He then began working for DC Comics though their company in Germany as well as other publishers like IPP, Egmont Ehapa and MG Publishing.

Marvel's editor-in-chief Joe Quesada saw Dell'Otto's work in 2002, and assigned him to provide the art for the mini-series Secret War by writer Brian Michael Bendis. Dell'Otto also provided the cover art for the Marvel mini-series Annihilation, which featured several space-based characters from the Marvel Universe.

In 2009, he served as the artist on Craig Kyle and Christopher Yost's X-Force mini-series, Sex and Violence.

In 2012, Marvel published a series of volumes of their graphic art entitled, The Official Marvel Graphic Novel Collection and Dell'Otto was tasked with illustrating the artwork for the spines of each book. When the collection of books is placed together in order the spines form the image of a landscape.

Dell'Otto also pencilled for the series Avenging Spider-Man that same year on issues #14-15, as well as the entire artwork for the one-shot Amazing Spider-Man: Family Business.

In 2020, DC published The Joker 80th Anniversary 100-page super spectacular #1 for which Dell'Otto was asked to draw the cover.

He has provided numerous other series with pencilling, interior artwork and cover art for both Marvel and DC over his career. 


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