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    Lady and the Tramp Tramp Storyboard Drawing Original Art (Walt Disney, 1955). This original story or concept painting of Tramp being served a hot meal at the back door of one his many "families" around town was created by Walt Disney Studios artist Joe Rinaldi in development of a scene in Disney's animated CinemaScope feature film. Tramp relates to Lady he has "one for every day of the week. The point is, none of them have me" because "when you're footloose and collar free... well, ya take nothing but the best." Joe Rinaldi (1914 - 1974) was one of Disney's greatest story artists and a gifted draughtsman. His first story credit came on Dumbo (1941), and he contributed to Disney short films and features well into the 1960s. Art is in black conté lithographic crayon and watercolor on illustration board measuring 12" x 9.25", with an approximate image area of 11.5" x 9". In Very Good condition with tack holes in all four corners and minor handling wear.

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