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    "There's A Fly In My Soup or Sonic" Chuck Jones Limited Edition Print #41/80 (Warner Brothers 2001). This is a limited edition diptych, consisting of an animation cel and a Gicleé print of characters from a film by Chuck Jones. An original image line was transferred by serigraph screen to an acetate cel and hand-painted. The Gicleé print accompanying the cel is from an original directorial layout drawing. Both art pieces show Wile E. Coyote standing on giant fly paper with a giant fly. The cel is paired with a background copy for presentation purposes. The cel measures 16.5" x 13.5" and the Gicleé drawing measures 12.5" x 10.5". Both pieces have matching numbers of 41/80. The cel has an estate printed signature and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity issued by Linda Jones. Condition of the artwork is Very Good.

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