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    "The Art of Ken Anderson" Nude Study/Spanish Mission Drawing Original Art (Walt Disney, c. 1930s). Walt Disney Studios held life drawing/anatomy classes for all their artists. This is a rare graphite original nude study drawing from the hand of Mr. Ken Anderson (1909 - 1993), done in graphite on light board measuring 13.5" x 10". The female model drawing measures 12". Ken Anderson has signed the bottom, noting this as taking him 20 minutes. On the reverse is a graphite hand-sketch of a Spanish Mission. Ken Anderson was inducted as a Disney Legend in 1991. He worked at the Studio as a jack of all trades, working in animation and theme park development for 44 years (1934 - 1978). Minor handling and edge wear; Very Good condition.

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