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    "Mickey's Home Run" Consumer Products Poster Illustration by Rick Brown (Walt Disney, c. 1980s-90s). A superb original published painting titled "Mickey's Home Run" that features Donald Duck, Goofy, and Mickey Mouse sliding in safely at home. This was done by Rick Brown for Disney Consumer Products poster. Mr. Brown began in 1984 painting his acrylic and airbrush-style illustrations for such companies as Walt Disney, Universal Studios, Milton Bradley, NFL, and The Bradford Exchange, to name but a few. Disney published original paintings like this are considered very rare. Great image sizes of 4", 9" and 12". Acrylic and airbrush on light board of 19" x 23". Some tape on border, otherwise Very Good condition.

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