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    Yellow Submarine John, Paul, George, Ringo, Nowhere Man, and Submarine Concept Art (United Artists/King Features, 1968). The gang's all here, in a rush to get back to where they once belonged! This great concept drawing not only shows all four Beatles in one scene, it features the Yellow Submarine in the background and in the foreground we have the Nowhere Man (aka Jeremy Hillary Boob, Ph.D.). This stupendous drawing is from Heinz Edelmann (1934-2009), whose vision formed much of the look of this movie. The drawing is in graphite with some red pencil and on paper that measures 16" x 11". Slight tanning with handling wear on edges and corners. There are a couple of very minor foxing stains, otherwise in Fine condition.

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    April, 2015
    9th-10th Thursday-Friday
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