Lady and the Tramp Early "Lady" Conc...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionLady and the Tramp Early "Lady" Concept Sketch by Joe Grant (c. 1940s). Joe Grant was the first to urge Walt Disney to do an animated film based on the book Happy Dan, The Whistling Dog, which would become Lady and the Tramp. Here's an extremely rare early concept sketch of Lady, drawn by Joe for the first pass at the project. It's in brown and black Conte crayon and graphite on a trimmed piece of paper measuring approximately 7.5" x 5"; looks as if it might have been cut for a model sheet paste-up. Very Good condition with minor handling wear.
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