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    "The Art of Tim Burton" Character Drawing Original Art (Walt Disney, 1982). The Tim Burton art exhibit Lost Vegas: Tim Burton heralded the dark fantasy filmmaker's first art exhibit in nearly a decade. It was displayed at the Las Vegas Neon Museum and closed in February of 2020 due to the Corona Virus pandemic. This is a rare piece of original artwork attributed to the hand of Tim Burton that features a man in a pink elephant fez with a pink elephant lapel pin and a matching pink tie. It's a fascinating and fun piece of original art done in true Tim Burton style. The ink and watercolor artwork is in a frame of 12" x 13" with a mat opening of 6" x 7". The piece shows minor handling and condition is very good. Frame is sold as is.

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    June, 2020
    19th-21st Friday-Sunday
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