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    Evil Queen Drawing by Ed Fourcher Original Art (Walt Disney, date unknown). Ed Fourcher began his career in animation working alongside Bill Hanna on the MGM Happy Harmonies cartoon To Spring. He joined Walt Disney after this and worked as an animator on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, How to Ride a Horse, The Art of Skiing, Dumbo, and The Reluctant Dragon. This is original artwork from the hand of Mr. Fourcher of Snow White's Evil Queen. The nicely detailed drawing is in graphite on paper measuring 14" x 19"; image of the Evil Queen is 9". Artwork is hand-signed Ed Fourcher 1937. We believe this to be a much later drawing, done well after the completion of Snow White. Minor handling and edge wear. Small tear on bottom border, nowhere near any artwork. Very Good condition.

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