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Courvoisier Studio Replicas featured in "Saving Mr. Banks"

When recreating Walt Disney's office for the new film "Saving Mr. Banks" the studio used four of the Courvoisier Studio Replicas to make sure the artwork on the walls was as accurate as possible. Jim Hill reports "Speaking of reproductions ... A sharp eyed JHM fan earlier this week sent me a note saying that -- while he was watching "Saving Mr. Banks" -- he thought that he had spied a few of the Courvoisier Miniatures that he owned in this Walt Disney Pictures release. So I gave Ron Stark of S/R Labs a quick call to confirm. And yes, four of the Studio Replicas that Ron and his talented artists have produced over the past few years are featured in this film.

You can read the full story here on Jim Hills Media. Learn more about Courvoisier Studio Replicas  here.

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Leonard Maltin - "Disney Animation Art Brought Back to Life"

Film and animation historian discusses how Courvoisier Studio Replicas is DISNEY ANIMATION ART BROUGHT BACK TO LIFE

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Courvoisier Featured on Jim Hill Media

Jim takes his readers through a bit of animation history and the process Courvoisier Galleries still used to create the Studio Replica series.

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Nominclature

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Cave-imageRoy Disney, grandson of Roy O. Disney and grand nephew of Walt Disney, wrote the following to a colleague to explain the part Ron Stark, Director of S/R Laboratories Animation Art Conservation Center, plays in the history of the Walt Disney Studio. 
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Animation art has its own particular requirements when it comes to framing. Most framers are unfamiliar with it and some even refuse to handle it. As the popularity of animation art continues to grow, uncertainty will gradually be replaced by knowledge, and this will cease to be as much of a problem as it is today. But for now, here are some framing and mounting basics to consider before you take your art to a framer.

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Collecting animation art has become a highly-regarded and pleasurable way to appreciate a cherished art form, touch one's childhood and invest in a commodity that not only continues to appreciate in value, but is admired the world over.

Collecting animation art has become a highly-regarded and pleasurable way to appreciate a cherished art form, touch one's childhood and invest in a commodity that not only continues to appreciate in value, but is admired the world over.

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