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DescriptionThe Aristocats Streets of Paris Concept Painting by Ralph Hullett (Walt Disney, 1970). O'Malley and Duchess roam the Parisian streets in this exceptional concept painting by Ralph Hulett (1915 – 1974), best known as a member of the California Water Color Society. Mr. Hulett first came to work for the Disney Studios in 1938, where he did watercolor backgrounds for Pinocchio, Fantasia, Dumbo, Bambi, and several others. His first screen credits were for Make Mine Music. This wonderful piece is in graphite and watercolor on illustration board measuring 10" x 8", with an image size of 9.25" x 8.25". The two silhouetted figures of O'Malley and Duchess can be seen in the lower portion of the art. In Very Good condition with minor handling wear.
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