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    Johnny Bravo Layout Drawings by Jerry Eisenberg Group of 4 (Hanna-Barbera, 1997). Fantastic group of four original layout drawings by legendary Hanna-Barbera artist, Jerry Eisenberg for the Cartoon Network hit, Johnny Bravo. Set in and around the fictional Aron City, these wonderfully stylized drawings are throwbacks to the mid-century modern design which Hanna-Barbera helped to popularize. Settings include the ham hock-shaped Meat-O-Rama butcher's shop, an observatory complete with large telescope, a church with bell tower, and a museum entrance. They are rendered in graphite and colored pencil and range in size from 11" x 7" to 13" x 10". They all bear Eisenberg's trademark "Jerry" signature toward the bottom of each frame. In Fine condition.

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    February, 2017
    12th Sunday
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