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Snow White and Pinocchio






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1937
Snow White animation Original Artwork
  Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Original artwork of Snow White and some dwarfs
 (unframed).

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the Wicked Witch animation Concept Piece
  Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937)
Concept piece of the Wicked Witch
The Witch is standing in the cottage cackling as the lightning bolt can be seen through the cottage window.
This is the moment in the Film that SW has taken a bite from the Poison Apple and has fallen to the floor. The Witch cackles and thunder and lightning appear through the cottage window.
Artwork is on Management Bond paper and trimmed to approx. 8'' x 11''
 (unframed).

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1940
Pinocchio animation Concept Piece
  Pinocchio (1940)
Concept piece of Pinocchio
The artwork is attributed to Gustav Tenggren
This piece measures 11” x 26” and is painted on 2 pieces of heavy watercolor paper and joined at the dark green seaweed going up the center of the piece. You can not see where the two pieces join because the top layer lays on top of the bottom layer. Gustav Tenggren was the first artist at Disney studios to conceptualize the Pinocchio story. He created a tremendous amount of paintings for the movie including a number of underwater concepts that were used in the final stylization of the film. This piece is rife with examples of Tenggren’s illustrative technique. The mitt and thumb paddle-like hands, the inked outlines of characters and objects, and the double character progressive movement are all hallmarks of Tenggren’s conceptual style. Tenggren also continually illustrated his Pinocchio with a round puppet like head with bits of hair shooting out from under his white cap. This piece bears striking similarities to other Tenggren concepts from the underwater scenes-most notably the dark green seaweed in the borders and foreground, the curious fish, the crisscross tie of the rope around the rock that weighs Pinocchio down, and the delicate bubbles that dot the scene.
The size of this piece is Pan
 (unframed).

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Geppetto animation Concept Piece
  Pinocchio (1940)
Concept piece of Geppetto and Pinocchio
This concept piece from Pinocchio evokes the sadness and desperation that Geppetto must have felt at losing his son after a long harrowing search. This piece proves that the Disney artists were true masters of their craft.
The frame measures 14" x 15" while the aperture measures 6.5" x 8.5".
There is a tiny pin hole in each extreme corner of the image, which is noticeable only upon close examination.
 (framed).

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Geppetto animation Maquette
  Pinocchio (1940)
Maquette of Geppetto
This is a full plaster model of Geppetto. It measures 7" h x 4.25" w x 5" d.
As visible in the image, there is some paint loss along the base as well as the cuff of his left pant leg and the top of his right shoe.
 (unframed).

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