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    An Original Pre-Production Set Drawing from "Gone With The Wind." Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1939. Rendered in gouache and pencil on illustration board, depicting what is likely an early version of "Tara" with a "Mammy" figure standing on the front porch; verso has black ballpoint ink annotation in the lower left corner reading "J. Hayse Goodwin" -- a Hollywood sketch artist who worked on early versions of set designs for "GWTW" though other artists' drawings were used for the film; from The Estate of Joseph Hayse Goodwin as consigned by his family. (Please note there is slight creasing on all borders and small areas of staining on the lower margin.)
    12" x 17"


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    March, 2017
    18th Saturday
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