Lonesome Ghosts (1937)|
Production drawing of Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy and some ghosts.
This is a group of four drawings.
The papers have a tinge of color change around the outer edges only which can be easily matted out. The page depicting the ghosts exhibits slightly more than normal handling on the left side which is typical for studio production material. As visible in the web image, there is a vertical crease down the drawing with Mickey and Donald by Mickey’s nose. Also visible is where trimming took place on the right side and the trimmed piece was re-attached with adhesive with some areas of adhesive residue. Additionally, there are multiple pin holes within the margins of this piece which can be easily matted out. As pinning up work for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for studio production material. This piece exhibits more than normal handling along the left and right edges and there are two 0.25" tears along the upper edge located 4" from the upper left corner and right edge located 1" below the upper right corner, there is a 1" tear within the margins located above the second to left peg hole. As visible in the web image of the second Goofy drawing, there is a 2.5" crease across the lower right corner and a 0.25" tear at the lower edge located below the right peg hole. There are several pin holes in both Goofy drawings located within the margins.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")