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    "Bambi Meets Little Flower, the Skunk" Multiplane Courvoisier Painting (Walt Disney, 1942). The Multiplane camera was introduced in 1937 with the short, The Old Mill. Ub Iwerks was credited with this invention. This is a rare Courvoisier hand-painted multiplane setup of Bambi and Flower. The glass on the frame is hand-painted as are the two levels inside the frame, which measures 9" x 8". This is #13 in a series of pieces that showcased the 3-D effect of the multiplane camera through these art setups. Colors are vivid and beautiful. The original Courvoisier label is intact on the back of the frame. A slight discoloration on the frame; overall Very Good condition.

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    June, 2018
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