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    Looney Tunes "Paris En Avril" Original Painting by Kirk Mueller (Warner Brothers/Clampett Studio, 2002). "April in Paris, chestnuts in blossom. Holiday tables under the trees. April in Paris, this is a feeling no one can ever reprise..." From Louis Armstrong to Frank Sinatra, many poets and singers have waxed eloquent about the joys of visiting Paris in April. Here's an amazing interpretation of Paris in the spring from the hand of noted Warner Bros. artist Kirk Mueller. This is a published original. All of our favorite Looney Tunes characters appear in this beautifully detailed painting. We especially love Yosemite Sam sneaking a piece of fruit and the artist Daffy Duck taking some creative liberties with his painting! The piece was rendered in gouache on 18" x 24" Masonite. Framed to 32" x 26". Frames are sold as-is. The painting is signed and dated by the artist. Condition is Fine.

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    August, 2021
    6th-8th Friday-Sunday
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