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    Gulliver's Travels "Lilliputia" Painted Pan Background (Max Fleischer, 1939). A beautiful pan production trimmed background of the town of Lilliputia, from the hand of Mr. Anton Loeb (1908 -1984). He has signed the artwork and then written next to it Tony Loeb. The painting has an image size of 27" x 12". This was from the Fleischer Studios' first full-length theatrical release, which premiered on 12/18/39. It was directed by Dave Fleischer and produced by Max Fleischer. Mr. Loeb was the leading background painter for Fleischer Studios. He also later went on to create children's book illustrations. This is one of the most beautiful pieces of artwork we have seen come from this film. The background has been professionally mounted to white backing paper. Fine condition.

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    July, 2017
    1st-2nd Saturday-Sunday
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