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    Various Animal Preliminary Sketch Original Art Group of 4 (c. 1940s). Featured here are four preliminary sketches of various animals. Included are a woman holding back a wild cat; a person plowing with a horse; additional horse anatomy sketches; and a page of impressionist sketches with the head of a dragon. Rendered in graphite on vellum with sizes ranging from 11" x 7" to 9" x 11.75". The pieces are toned with some minor smudging and handling wear. Overall, in Very Good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    April, 2020
    5th-6th Sunday-Monday
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