Chuck Jones on a scaffold creating a mural on the wall of London’s Museum of the Moving Image in advance of his retrospective held there in the late 1980s. The museum has since closed, but we believe that the mural still exists. Can any of you confirm?
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“Tightrope” oil on canvas, 24″ x 18″, by Chuck Jones, circa 1995.
From the bottom: “United Hare Lines” (motto: Good to the Last Drop). Oil on canvas by Chuck Jones, 18″ x 24″, circa 1998. Above: two sketches of airplanes by Chuck Jones, graphite on 12 field animation paper, 10.5″ x 12.5″, undated.
To paraphrase Chuck Jones, “If you’re going to draw a funny horse, you better know how to draw a real one.”
Top: original drawing by Chuck Jones, graphite and colored pencil on 12 field animation paper, circa 1965
Bottom: original layout drawing by Chuck Jones, graphite on 12 field animation paper, 1957, for “What’s Opera, Doc?”
Chuck Jones as…Bugs Bunny (top) and Wile E. Coyote, by the inimitable Jeff DeGrandis.
Watercolor on Arches paper, 14″ x 11″, by Chuck Jones, circa 1998.
Happy 70th Birthday to Marvin the Martian! July 24, 1948- “Haredevil Hare” released, directed by Chuck Jones.
Publicity “stills” from Warner Bros. Animation, 10″ x 8″, lithography, circa 1940-1945.
We’re working on a catalog raisonne of the Chuck Jones hand-painted cel art editions, titled, “The Animated Art of Chuck Jones”. The first volume will contain works from 1977 to 1989 and is expected to be completed in September.
The color call-out sheet along with a color model cel art for “Western Group” from 1980 are shown. The final version of “Western Group” had a yellow sky. The background was hand-made using Pantone paper. Chuck Jones’s original line drawing was silk-screened onto an acetate sheet and each cel was hand-painted using cel vinyl by expert cel painters.