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    F. H. Horvath - Character Concept Drawing Animation Art, Group of 3 (Disney, circa 1935). This delightful group of character sketches was created by Ferdinand Huszti Horvath, an established European artist who was hired by Walt Disney in the mid-thirties to provide ideas and concept sketches for his films. Rendered in graphite, and colored pencil, with touches of watercolor, each page consists of smaller sketches which have been mounted onto a 12" x 9.75" sheet of animation paper. Each piece has minor glue staining; otherwise, they average Very Good condition.

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    August, 2008
    7th-8th Thursday-Friday
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