235 x 310 mm. (9 7/16 x 12 3/16 in.) watercolor over black ink with details in colored crayon. A spirited illustration of a scene in Bemelmans' Madeline and the Gypsies, showing Miss Clavell in flowing robes, briefcase in hand, hurrying towards a circus tent, ferris wheel and stylized standing elephant in green, yellow, orange and blue crayon, bold blue watercolor wash, with Bemelmans' handwritten title in pencil and ink at top and beneath image." /> BEMELMANS, LUDWIG. Original watercolor and crayon drawing, captioned "Madeline and the Gypsies To the Scene of the Disaster," signed ("Bemelmans") and dated in pencil: "Paris, 1957. <I>235 x 310 mm. (9 7/16 x 12 3/16 in.) watercolor over black ink with details in colored crayon.</I> A spirited illustration of a scene in Bemelmans' <I>Madeline and the Gypsies</I>, showing Miss Clavell in flowing robes, briefcase in hand, hurrying towards a circus tent, ferris wheel and stylized standing elephant in green, yellow, orange and blue crayon, bold blue watercolor wash, with Bemelmans' handwritten title in pencil and ink at top and beneath image. | Christie's