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    Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Animation Drawing by Bill Tytla (Walt Disney, 1937). From the collection of Art Babbitt comes this Bill Tytla original rough 12 field animation drawing of Grumpy and Doc going nose to nose. The 7" x 6" image rendered in graphite and red pencil hung in Art Babbitt's office for many years. Art and Bill met while working together at Terrytoons and they eventually left for California and wound up at Walt Disney Studios working on Snow White. This is an original Bill Tytla drawing that Art Babbitt kept from the two friend's early days at Disney Studio. It's a frame of 18' x 6" with a mat opening of 11" x 9". The 80-year-old drawing has faded over time and exhibits handling. Condition is Good.

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