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    Lady and the Tramp Concept Drawings Original Art (Walt Disney, 1955). This is a pair of rare story development sketches from the classic Disney animated feature Lady and the Tramp. Production on this film actually began in the late 1930s with a story by Joe Grant. It had initial story development art done by Jack Miller; additional story development art was done by Ted Sears, Erdman Penner, Bill Pete, Winston Hibler, Joe Rinaldi, Milt Banta, Ralph Wright, and Bill Cottrell. In these sketches, one depicts Lady and the newborn baby in bassinet, with a second of Lady with her muzzle on. Both have "OK" marks in left hand corner. One is 8" x 6" while the second is 8.5" x 5". Art is in graphite and watercolor/gouache, with detailed ink and paint call out codes in graphite on each. Both drawings are mounted to a single piece of textured orange paper measuring 11" x 14". There are pinholes in corners, with minor handling and edge wear. Overall condition is Very Good.

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