This is a fantastic piece of animation art history. Here is a lovely Br'er Bear Original Pencil Drawing used for the production of the Walt Disney Company's Song of the South. Song of the South which was released in 1946. This comes with a Certificate of Authenticity from Gallery Lanzberg. The COA is held in a bag attached to the back of the frame.The condition of the piece is very good. There are some creases seen within the animation paper but generally seen towards the left when facing and only minimal creases around the tip of Br'er Bear's nose. The lines are distinct and well preserved. You will see standard pencil within the face, while there is also red pencil for the body and Attire. A very nice piece indeed. You also see the word "Finish" at the top right which is relatively common for these production related pieces. (see google for references and commonalities).
Br'er Bear's dimensions which are measured as the approximate amount of coverage on the paper are: 8.75 inches by 6.5 inches. The window within the matting has the approximate dimensions of: 11 inches by 9 inches. The condition of the frame is in very good condition with only minimal scuffs and/or scratches.
The matting is also in very good condition. All structurally sound and ready to hang on display. The frame's dimensions are approximately: 18.5 inches by 16.5 inches.
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This item can be shipped to United States.