The Ugly Duckling (1939)|
Courvoisier cel of The Ugly Duckling and some swans.
The ugly duckling appears at 8:28 minutes in the film, while the mother swan and other cygnets appear at 8:31 minutes.
The cels have become slightly wavy, which is common for production material of this kind. Please note the light reflection visible in the web image is not on the piece itself. There is some slight paint loss in the Swan's tail tip, and in a few spots in the ripple effects. There is evidence of some paint separation in the mother swan' tail feathers, her wing, thigh, and throughout her neck, with evidence of slight lifting. There is also a small section of paint separation in the rear end of the second cygnet from the left. The water effects cel has been secured to the background with two tiny strips of tape in the upper left and upper right corners, which could be easily matted out. There is evidence of adhesive residue along the edges of the cel, which could also be matted out. There is evidence of a few spots of mottling throughout, namely in the mother swan's neck, and in the second cygnet from the right.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13") and the size of the image is 6" h x 9.5" w.
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