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    Harvey Kurtzman - Original Planning Page for Little Annie Fanny (unpublished, 1970s). This piece shows how Harvey Kurtzman created a rough layout for a page. It has three panels on the main page, and a small panel cut-out, all of which have been drawn with pens of several different shades. The drawings are rendered on tracing paper and are in overall fair condition. The large piece measures approximately 13" x 16" and the individual panel measures approximately 4" x 6".

    More information about Harvey Kurtzman, also known as Kurtzman, Harvey, .

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2003
    6th-10th Thursday-Monday
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