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DescriptionPinocchio Jiminy Cricket Concept Drawing (Walt Disney, 1940). Jiminy takes refuge in a bottle as he an Pinocchio go in search of Gepetto. This is an original concept drawing from the early stages in the development of this classic Disney feature. The 7.5" x 7" image is rendered in Conté' crayon in tan paper that has been trimmed around the image. The paper, measuring approximately 8.5" x 8.5" is loosely mounted to a 9" x 12" sheet of Bristol board. It's a richly illustrated image of this long-running Disney character complete with hat and umbrella from Disney's second animated feature film. The piece shows light handling, toning, and tape residue. Condition is Very Good.
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