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    Pinocchio Jiminy Cricket Illustration by Toby Bluth (Walt Disney, c. 2000s). Toby Bluth once said about his artwork "Creating the moment you think you saw, how one remembers a film, is often different from the actual film!" This is a stunning original watercolor painting of Jiminy Cricket with the music box people in Geppetto's workshop, which appears at the beginning of Pinocchio. It was painted by Toby Bluth (1940 - 2013) who was an "approved" Disney artist for 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 9" x 14", in a 12" x 28" frame. Condition is Fine.

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    June, 2018
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
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