Chuck Jones Hand Signed Animation Cel Daffy Duck Framed Rude Jester Coa Fr.
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Up for sale: Chuck Jones hand painted and signed animation cel! “Rude Jester” Custom Framed and Matted, Ready to Hang! Absolutely Gorgeous HAND-SIGNED with Certificate of Authenticity! List price: $1,350.00. Numbered 326 out of a sold out edition of 500. It is brand new, and has never been displayed. Unlike other sellers on , the pictured item you see is the one you will be receiving. I have it in my possession, it is packed and ready to be shipped!
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Own this amazing
piece based on the original line image hand drawn and hand-inked on paper by
Chuck Jones! "Rude Jester" is a limited edition animation cel from a
sold out edition with hand painted coloring on sericel outline, numbered and
hand signed by Chuck Jones (1912-2002). This piece is custom framed using acid
free and archival materials and is ready to hang. Includes Certificate of
Authenticity! Measures approx. 22.5" x 20.5" (with frame), 12" x
10" (image). List price: $1,350.00
Chuck Jones was born in 1912 in Spokane, Washington. He was raised in Hollywood where he was inspired by the comedic talents and slapstick humor of Charlie Chaplin and Buster Keaton. As a child, he occasionally worked as an extra in Mac Sennett comedies.
Jones graduated from Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles (now California Institute of the Arts). He often drew pencil portraits for the price of one dollar each and sold them on Olvera Street in downtown LA. In 1932, Jones got his first job as a cel washer for Ubbe Iwerks, a former Disney Animator. In 1936 Jones began working for Leon Schlesinger Studio (later sold to Warner Bros.) after being hired by Friz Freleng as an animator. After Warner Bros. closed, Jones briefly worked for Disney before moving to MGM where he worked to create new episodes of Tom and Jerry and directed features such as The Dot and the Line, which went on to win an Academy Award for Animated Short Film.
Chuck Jones' work has been honored at film festivals and museums throughout the world, including a one-man retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City. His autobiography, Chuck Amuck: The Life and Times of an Animated Cartoonist , appeared in 1989, now in its fifth printing.
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