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    Sleeping Beauty Prince Phillip and the Dragon Concept Art (Walt Disney, 1959). "Thou sword of truth, fly swift and sure, that evil die and good endure" says Merryweather as Prince Phillip does battle with Maleficent as a fire breathing dragon, using his Shield of Virtue and Sword of Truth, in the finale battle of good vs evil. This is an amazing studio concept/detailed layout drawing of this key scene. The piece is on trimmed pan paper done in graphite, charcoal and gouache. Art is in a frame of 23" x 15" with a mat opening of 16" x 9". Paper has folds, light fold tears, minor handing, edge wear and pinholes in corners. Stunning piece of artwork! Frame is sold as-is. Condition of artwork is Good.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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