Celebrating the work of internationally famous comic artist and Comics Laureate Charlie Adlard.
In this exciting new exhibition you will find a stunning selection of Charlie’s original works from the Walking Dead comic series.
The exhibition explores the breadth of Charlie’s work beyond The Walking Dead. Images from cult French comic Vampire State Building are displayed alongside Charlie’s life drawing and original books Code Flesh and White Death.
AMC’s blockbusting television show, The Walking Dead, now in its 9th season, is a spin off from the revered comic book series created by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard.
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Charlie began his work in the UK on the 2000 AD series including Judge Dredd and Armitage. He also worked on White Death with the local Robbie Morrison. In the United States, he is best known for his work on The X-Files, Marvel and DC comics and The Walking Dead.
He was the penciller on The Walking Dead from 2004 and was the UK Comics Laureate from 2017 – 2019.
Early eighteenth century mantua
in brocaded silk satin with a ‘bizarre’ design, dated to c.1708-9.
Exhibition loan request submitted in 2020 by Historic Royal
Palaces for temporary exhibition.
Mid twentieth century Wenlock Olympian Society Gold
Pentathlon Medal awarded to Mr William Henry Woolley in 1950.
5-year loan request submitted by the Qatar Olympic Sport
Museum in 2019 for long term display.
Mid eighteenth-century oil portrait painting of Baron Lord
Robert Clive (1726 -1774), ‘Clive of India’.
Painted by Charles Clive 1764.
Currently on loan to the National Trust for display at Powis