Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)|
Production drawing of The Evil Queen From Snow White.
This phenomenal piece is from the scene when she learns that the heart she thought belonged to Snow White is actually the heart of a pig. It appears 49:09 into the film. This piece has plenty of wonderful notes that say: "I have shifted nose slightly & lowered eyelids and brows." It is said that the animators spent a lot of time trying to get her eyebrows, eyes, and mouth just right to represent a certain aristocratic beauty while also portraying her pure wickedness. This piece is an exquisite example of both capturing these qualities and very closely resembles the Queen as she appeared in this scene in the film.
The piece exhibits slightly more than normal handling.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13") and the size of the image is 8.75" h x 5" w.