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    Winsor McCay Gertie the Dinosaur Production Drawing (1914). Drawing #238 from the pioneering animation that is considered the first cartoon to really catch the public's imagination and give birth to the industry. McCay famously drew each scene complete on paper, before the use of acetate cels and separate background art. This is the scene where Gertie picks up a huge bolder in her jaws, which she proceeds to eat. The image area measures approximately 8" x 6", drawn on thin paper affixed to a piece of illustration board. Other than a few tiny stains, the art is in Excellent condition.

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    February, 2013
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