The New York Graphics Society is New York's oldest museum, with origins beginning in 1804. They had a license with the Walt Disney Company in 1946 to produce a series of four lithograph prints: two featuring Snow White and two of Bambi. Published with the cooperation of Walt Disney Productions, Calf. These were each painted by Disney Studio artists. This is the original Disney Studio painting for the piece entitled Snow White's Last Call for Dinner." It showcases the "Let me see your hands wash-up-for-dinner sequence, with Grumpy being the lone holdout.