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Rare 2002 Set Design Sketch from "Dinotopia"
Located in Pasadena, CA
This piece is a set design unique sketch from the 2002 "Dinotopia" miniseries, co-produced by Walt Disney Television. The sketch's fantastic attention to detail demonstrates why the ...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Drawings

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Paper

Josef Hoffmann Design Sketch for a Tea and Coffee Set - Vienna circa 1920
By Josef Hoffmann
Located in Vienna, AT
JOSEF HOFFMANN DESIGN SKETCH FOR A TEA AND COFFEE SET Vienna around 1920 pencil on transparent paper 38.5 x 70 cm
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Early 20th Century Austrian Drawings

Unique 2002 Set Design Original Sketch Landscape for "Dinotopia"
By Disney Studios
Located in Pasadena, CA
This unique piece is a set design unique sketch preparing the decor for the "Dinotopia" mini-series created by American author James Gurney, co-produced by Walt Disney Television. Th...
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Early 2000s American Drawings

Materials

Wood, Paper

Magic Flute Opera Set Design Ink Sketch by Josef Gail, c. 1790
Located in Kinderhook, NY
A wonderful ink and ink wash on paper neoclassical set design by Viennese artist Josef Gail, (active 1786 - 1851) for Act II, Scene VI of Mozart's 'Magic Flute' performed 1791 in Vie...
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Antique Late 18th Century Austrian Drawings

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