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    Alex Ross - Spider-Man and Mary Jane Kiss Preliminary Drawing for "Spider-Man 2"Original Art (2004). The opening credits of the movie "Spider-Man 2" featured 15 paintings by Alex Ross illustrating key scenes from the first film. Offered here is the preliminary drawing capturing arguably the most memorable moment of the first film, Spider-Man in a sweet kiss with Mary Jane Watson. Rendered in graphite on layout paper with an image area of 6" x 10", matted to a size of 15.25" x 18.25". Wear and small tears around the edges with faint creasing in the margins. Scuffs and wear on the mat. Signed by Ross at the bottom. Overall, in Excellent condition.

    More information about Alex Ross, also known as Ross, Alex, Alex Ross.

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    September, 2020
    10th-13th Thursday-Sunday
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