Pinocchio, Stromboli (1940) #D10

$500.00

#D10 – Walt Disney Studio, Pinocchio Original Animation Drawing, 1940. This superb animation drawing of Stromboli, the voluble Italian puppeteer and one of the film’s unforgettable villains, is from a scene supervised by Vladimir Tytla, Walt Disney’s great animator of the 1930s and early 1940s. It is a final animation drawing created by a Disney animator in production of the animated feature, and a cel was made directly from it. Drawn in red and black pencil on an untrimmed animation sheet, the art measures 7″ x 7 1/8″. The animator wrote the number ’31’ at the bottom to indicate this drawing’s place in the scene, and the Studio’s stamp 2003, sequence 4.2, scene 3 appears at lower right indicating production, sequence and scene numbers. In addition, the animator note ‘Head and Hands Ok’ appear in the upper left in red pencil.

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#D10 – Walt Disney Studio, Pinocchio Original Animation Drawing, 1940. This superb animation drawing of Stromboli, the voluble Italian puppeteer and one of the film’s unforgettable villains, is from a scene supervised by Vladimir Tytla, Walt Disney’s great animator of the 1930s and early 1940s. It is a final animation drawing created by a Disney animator in production of the animated feature, and a cel was made directly from it. Drawn in red and black pencil on an untrimmed animation sheet, the art measures 7″ x 7 1/8″. The animator wrote the number ’31’ at the bottom to indicate this drawing’s place in the scene, and the Studio’s stamp 2003, sequence 4.2, scene 3 appears at lower right indicating production, sequence and scene numbers. In addition, the animator note ‘Head and Hands Ok’ appear in the upper left in red pencil.