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    After Maurice Bernard Sendak - Cayard Animation Studios - Original Celluloid Panels - Group Lot of Three (1970).
    Title: Seven Monsters for "Sesame Street." After Maurice Sendak's ideas and artwork.
    Although later, the Seven Monsters would evolve into a popular animated television show for Nickelodeon, these cels are from their seminal project: a segment to teach counting to be used for PBS' "Sesame Street" -- but the project was never completed, when initial testing revealed children were frightened when the seventh monster unscrewed his head!
    Each of the three are pen-and-ink on hand-painted acetate and have high-definition color printed backgrounds, matted (11 x 14), sight size approximately 7.5 x 9.5. Not signed. Two are stamped on back with the Cayard authentification stamp.

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    November, 2003
    20th-23rd Thursday-Sunday
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