Animation Art For Sale

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Animation art for sale – various cels available starting at $195.  All beautifully framed!

Here is a partial list of what is available for sale:

Studio/Artist Title
Chuck Jones Baby Chase
Chuck Jones Daffy Sherlock I
Chuck Jones Drip-a-Long Daffy
Charles Schulz The Wave (Lithograph)
Chuck Jones Heartthrob Bugs (early limited edition – 1982)
Chuck Jones Pepe on Couch (early limited edition – 1982)
Duga Mad Monster Party
Duga Mad Monster Party
Filmation Groovie Goolies
Warner Bros. (Bob Clampett) Great Piggy Bank Robbery, The
Schoolhouse Rock Verb That’s What’s Happening
Schoolhouse Rock Numbers
Schoolhouse Rock Conjunction Junction
Chuck Jones Robin Hood Daffy
Hanna-Barbera Crossing the Delaware
Chuck Jones Cowboy Bugs
Chuck Jones Sheriff Daffy
Chuck Jones Sheriff Bugs
Hanna-Barbera I Do Declare
Chuck Jones Daffy Cavalier
Hanna-Barbera Out For the Night (Flintstones)
Hanna-Barbera Jane, Stop This Crazy Thing (Jetsons)
Hanna-Barbera Flintstones Production Cel (Wilma Flintstone)
Warner Bros (Bob Clampett) Daffy Finds His Piggy Bank
Bill Melendez Peanuts Easter Special – Production Cel
Chuck Jones D’Haretagnan (RARE)

Animation Art

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The theory of the animated cartoon preceded the invention of the cinema by half a century. Early experimenters, working to create conversation pieces for Victorian parlours or new sensations for the touring magic-lantern shows, which were a popular form of entertainment, discovered the principle of persistence of vision. If drawings of the stages of an action were shown in fast succession, the human eye would perceive them as a continuous movement. One of the first commercially successful devices, invented by the Belgian Joseph Plateau in 1832, was the phenakistoscope, a spinning cardboard disk that created the illusion of movement when viewed in a mirror. In 1834 William George Horner invented the zoetrope, a rotating drum lined by a band of pictures that could be changed. The Frenchman Émile Reynaud in 1876 adapted the principle into a form that could be projected before a theatrical audience. Reynaud became not only animation’s first entrepreneur but, with his gorgeously hand-painted ribbons of celluloid conveyed by a system of mirrors to a theatre screen, the first artist to give personality and warmth to his animated characters. (Source: Brittanica)

  • Listing ID: 205
  • Condition: Excellent
  • Willing to Ship: Yes
  • Price: 195
Contact details

Westfield, NJ 07090Central Jersey,New Jersey,US,07090 agile.coffee9098@fastmail.com