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    Virgil Finlay - Portrait of William Shakespeare Ink Study Original Art (circa 1935). The composition for Virgil Finlay's cover to A Midsummer Night's Dream is worked out in three studies on this page. Drawn on spiral-bound sketchbook paper, the drawing notes, "Sketch for figure position." The sketchbook paper has an overall size of 5" x 7". This art was professionally separated from the drawing on the opposite side of the sketchbook page and then archivally strengthened; otherwise it is in Excellent condition.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2005
    11th-13th Thursday-Saturday
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