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    Tim Burton's Nightmare Before Christmas Jack Skellington Concept Art (Touchstone/Walt Disney, 1993). Jack Skellington, a resident of Halloween Town, finds a portal to Christmas Town and becomes "Sandy Claws!" This landmark film, directed by Henry Selick, premiered on 10/13/93. Here is an outstanding concept/presentation artwork of Jack's ultimate failure and crash on Christmas Eve; the view of him here in his ragged Santa suit against the backdrop of a spooky graveyard is simply amazing. This huge piece of art is in pastels on black board measuring approximately 24" x 13", and it framed and floating within a mat opening. The distressed Jack is 14" x 7". Incredible detail! Ornately framed with Plexiglas, for an overall size of 37.75" x 26.75" Fine condition.

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    July, 2017
    1st-2nd Saturday-Sunday
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