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    Bugs Bunny "Picasso" Illustration for Ken Harris (Warner Brothers, c. 1930s-40s). Ken Harris (1898 - 1982) was a master animator who worked at Warner Brothers from 1937 to 1962. He was closely associated with director Chuck Jones, and also worked under Friz Freleng and Frank Tashlin. Here is a funny in-house gag drawing of a mixed-up Bugs Bunny, and the drawing has a note: "Listen Mr. Harris, It was reported that you said you could paint like me. This is what would happen to you, if you don't shut up. Signed, Piccasso (sic)." The art is in green pencil on a sheet of 12 field 2-peghole paper, with an added finger and eye drawn under the inscription. Artist is unknown. Small water stain along the right edge; hole and small tear in paper to the left of the image. Good condition.

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