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    Dan Sayre Groesbeck original vintage Gone With the Wind Vivien Leigh as "Scarlett O'Hara" watercolor. (MGM, 1939) The opening of David O. Selznick's blockbuster was nearly as epic as the grand love story in Gone With the Wind. This is a special original watercolor from the world premiere of Gone with the Wind at Loew's Grand Theater in Atlanta, Georgia. Accomplished in pencil, charcoal and watercolor on 21.75 x 27.5 in. artist board (visible through 29 x 36 in. mat). Depicting Vivien Leigh as "Scarlett O'Hara" halting the charge of an officer on horseback. Signed by artist in lower right corner of image, "Dan Sayre Groesbeck". This was one of a small series of commissioned paintings for the Atlanta world premiere of the epic American romance. In its original vintage wooden gold gilt carved frame with ornate notched bead around border. Exhibiting occasional dampstaining around mat opening. Painting remains in generally fine condition. Unexamined out of frame. From the collection of MGM Publicist William R. Ferguson. Special shipping arrangements will apply.

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    October, 2014
    17th Friday
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