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    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Original Layout/ Concept Art (Walt Disney, 1937). "Let me see your hands!" says Snow White to the seven dwarfs, before serving them dinner. She then instructs them all to wash up. Six of the dwarfs oblige, but they have to take matters into their own hands, to get Grumpy to wash up. This is an EARLY layout/story concept sketch of the dwarfs taking Grumpy to wash up. This scene was in the story from early on, as is seen with the early character design of the dwarfs. Graphite on paper trimmed to 10" x 9". Number 2 is written in top right corner. Some border discoloration due to previous framing, nothing near image. Top border reads in graphite Sq.22 (out). Minor handling and edge wear, overall Good condition.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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