London, South Kensington
19 December 2007
Walt Disney Studios
Unidentified Production, circa 1930s
Pluto and Donald Duck, two animation drawings, graphite on paper, both signed and inscribed later by Grim Natwick, in common mount, framed
Image -- Pluto: 3x6in. (7.6x15.3cm.); Donald Duck: 3½x7½in. (9x19cm.)
Sight -- Pluto: 9¼x10½in. (23.5x26.6cm.); Donald Duck: 9¼x8½in. (23.5x21.5cm.)
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Myron "Grim" Natwick, (1890-1990), most famous as the animator who created Betty Boop in 1930 for the Fleischer Brothers and for bringing Snow White alive for Walt Disney in 1937.
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