Courvoisier cel of Bambi and Thumper.
This is one of the most endearing and sweetest examples from this film that we have seen in some time. These two woodland animals became fast and great friends in this classic and timeless story which was adapted by Disney. In this scene we have Thumper with an outstanding pose and expression on his face. The body language between the two is warm, friendly and timeless.
This piece comes from a private collection and was given to John Day Bricker, who was the son of John W. Bricker, who was a US Senator from Ohio, as well as a Vice Presidential candidate and good friends with Walt Disney, so in addition to being an incredible piece of artwork, it is also a nice bit of US History.
There is some glue residue from the cel which can be seen as the cel has separated slightly from the background. Still in great condition for a vintage cel and we do not recommend restoration unless to move the cel back into position.
There are a few small areas of paint separation. They are only really visible upon close examination, along Thumper's lower body and face.
Signed by Walt Disney.
The size of the image is 5" h x 6" w.