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    Virgil Ross "The Art of Bugs Bunny" Model Sheet Original Art (Warner Brothers, c. 1990s). Virgil Ross was an animator for Warner Brothers for 30-plus years, mostly as part of the Friz Freleng unit. He came out with his own hand-painted limited edition line in the 1990s that featured unique sequences from scenes he worked on. To support this line, he made many appearances at Warner Brothers Studio Store Galleries and Animation Art Galleries across the country. He did a series of original drawings to be sold at these appearances as well. This is a nice original "Model Sheet" style drawing of Bugs Bunny in some of his greatest roles. Art is in graphite over blue pencil on 16 field animation paper, with nice image sizes ranging from 4" to 7". The artwork is hand-signed by Virgil Ross (1907 - 1996). Minor handling and edge wear. Very Good condition.

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