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    Fantasia Dewdrop Fairy Animation Drawing Original Art (Walt Disney, 1940). One of the first segments in Fantasia is the "Nutcracker Suite." In this segment, we see many different Fairies -- including Dewdrop, Autumn Frost, and Snowflake Fairies. This is some of the most delicate character animation brought to screen. Here is an original 16 field animation drawing of a Dewdrop/Sugar Plum Fairy. This intricately detailed graphite drawing with red pencil highlights is a stunning 4.5". Drawing is in a Plexiglas-front frame measuring 18" x 18" with an oval mat cut of 7.5". A print of the actual screen grab is included. Very hard to find character! Frame is sold as-is; artwork condition is Very Good.

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    December, 2018
    8th-9th Saturday-Sunday
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