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    Willis O'Brien Signed Artwork of Joe Lassoed By Cowboys On Horses for Mighty Joe Young (RKO, 1949). Original hand painted concept artwork accomplished in pencil, ink and gouache on 20" x 15" artist's board with 12" x 9" original mat detached but present. Signed at the bottom, "W.H. O'Brien - 46-" in the bottom right corner of the art. Handwritten, "Early Drawing for 'Mighty Joe Young' by Willis O'Brien 1946" on the verso. Exhibiting expected age, handling, soft corners and minor soiling. From the Personal Collection of Willis O’Brien.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2021
    16th-18th Friday-Sunday
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