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    The Fox and the Hound Widow Tweed and Tod Concept Drawing by Ken Anderson (Walt Disney, 1981). Ken Anderson (1909 - 1999) was a jack of all artistic trades. He worked in animation, art direction, story, character development, and theme park design. He was inducted as a Disney Legend in 1991. This is a very rare Ken Anderson original concept piece drawing of Widow Tweed in her bed with her adopted fox, Tod. Art is in detailed graphite and pen and ink on 3-peghole 12 field animation sheet. It's a stunning piece of artwork, with an image size that takes up 12" x 7". Ken Anderson is not listed in the credits for The Fox and the Hound; we believe he worked on this in the very early stages of the film's development. Matted with an opening of 13" x 9", with a Ken Anderson autograph clipped signature in the mat. Minor handling and edge wear. In Very Good condition.

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