Belvision Studios (after Hergé)Medium:
Gouache on AcetateSize:
13" x 9" (330mm x 230mm)Date:
c. 1962This is the original hand painted animation Cel by Belvision Studios (after Hergé).
Exclusive opportunity to own hand painted Cels which formed part of the classic original 1960s Belvision studios animation Hergé's adventures of Tintin.
This Cel is a brilliant example of Tintin saving the day. Having climbed aboard a Spitfire he flies directly into the face of danger in this exciting scene from the Belvision classic 'The Shooting Star'.
Accompanied by the original graphite production drawing, this Cel is a brilliant collector's piece, coupling one of the world's most famous aeroplanes and cartoon characters of all time.
Cel: Gouache on acetate.
Production Drawing: Pencil on paper.
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Extremely rare to come by, these Cels are the original meticulously hand painted gouache on acetate pieces which were used in the animation.
The Cels are also paired to their original pencil drawn production drawings.
The Belvision animation studio was founded in 1954 in Belgium by Raymond Leblanc, and was Europe's most prestigious animation studio, producing animations for all three of the main Franco-Belgian productions: Tintin, Asterix and Lucky Luke.Click for larger image ...
Original graphite production drawing (included)