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DescriptionPinocchio Jiminy Cricket and Pinocchio Illustration (Walt Disney, 2010). Toby Bluth (1940 - 2013) said that Gustaf Tenggren inspired both his style and career. You can definitely see it in this spectacular one-of-a-kind painting of Pinocchio sitting on Geppetto's workbench with Jiminy Cricket. It is titled "Give a Little Whistle". Mr. Bluth was an "approved" Disney Studio artist for their Fine Art Program through Collections Edition Publishing. Prior to that he had a long career as a Disney background artist, production designer, children's book artist, and Broadway art director. This is a beautiful Toby Bluth Painting signed by the artist and framed with a mat opening of 8" x 10" in a 22.5" x 24.5" frame. Included on reverse of frame is a Certificate of Authenticity. Condition is Fine.
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