Acrobats, original oil on canvas, 20″ x 16″, by Chuck Jones, circa 1995.
“The author, O. Henry, taught me about the value of the unexpected. He once wrote about the noise of flowers and the smell of birds–the birds were chickens and the flowers, dried sunflowers rattling against a wall.” –Chuck Jones
Watercolor on paper, by Chuck Jones, circa mid-1940s.
Our Chuck Jones Gallery in San Diego is ground zero for Comic Con. If you’re in town, stop by and say hello!
“Minimalist Broomstick Bunny” by S. Preston.
Going to Comic Con next week in San Diego? Remember to visit the Chuck Jones Gallery at 232 Fifth Avenue, across from the Hard Rock Hotel and just one half block from the Convention Center.
Daffy Le Moulin Rouge, hand-pulled lithograph by Chuck Jones. Printed on 19th century Marinoni flatbed presses at the American Atelier, New York, 1989.
Moulin Rouge: La Goulue, hand-pulled four-color lithograph by Henri Toulouse-Lautrec, 1891. Printed by Affiches Americaines, Charles Levy, Paris.
“Super Rabbit”, hand-painted cel art edition created from an original drawing by Eric Goldberg, 13.5″ x 16.5″, gouache on acetate with printed background.
“Super Rabbit”, released April 3, 1943, directed by Chuck Jones, story by Tedd Pierce, animation by Ken Harris and musical direction by Carl W. Stalling.
Original watercolor and ink on Arches paper, by Chuck Jones, created as a birthday card for his daughter, Linda, 1952.
Character concept drawing by Chuck Jones, graphite on 12 field animation paper, for his “One Froggy Evening”, 1955.
It’s Flag Day! Celebrate with Uncle Sam and Porky Pig from “Old Glory” directed by Chuck Jones and released in 1939.