woensdag 30 december 2015

CATALOGUE ANIMATION STARS AVAILABLE

The catalogue of the new exhibition Animation Stars is now available.
De catalogus van de nieuwe tentoonstelling Sterren van de Tekenfilm is nu beschikbaar.

CATALOGUS/CATALOGUE
ANIMATION STARS
Sterren van de Tekenfilm

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  1. Beetlejuice eats a bug, Beetlejuice animation series, produced by Ellipse (France) and Nelvana (Canada), gouache on acetate on a handpainted background, 1989
  2. Story board of The Romance of Betty Boop, created by legendary director Bill Melendez. Betty works in nightclub Bubbles, marker and pen on paper, 1985
  3. Zula from Conan the Adventurer, the animated series based on Conan the Barbarian, produced by Jetlag Productions + Sunbow production, gouache on acetate, on a photocopy background, 1992-94
  4. Jezmine from Conan the Adventurer, the animated series based on Conan the Barbarian, produced by Jetlag Productions + Sunbow production, gouache on acetate, 1992-94
  5. Shadow weaver of SHE-RA Princess of Power; sorceress from the Horde of planet Etheria, produced by Filmation for Mattel, gouache on acetate (with additional production drawing), 1985
  6. Flash Gordon from The Adventures of Flash Gordon, produced by Filmation, gouache on acetate, on a handpainted background, 1979
  7. Tigger from Winnie the Pooh merchandising art, signed by legend Mike Royer, Disney, pencil on paper, 1990s
  8. Bugs Bunny rough sketch by Manny Perez, unsigned, from Carnival of the Animals, produced by Chuck Jones Productions for CBS, pencil on animation paper, slightly creased, 1976
  9. Character sketches of Stimpy of Ren & Stimpy, created by animation legend Kricfalusi, produced by Games Animation, 1993-96
  10. Little Mermaid, rip-off of the Disney film but with good art work, (color)pencil on animation paper, made in 1993
  11. Tigger and Winnie fishing from Winnie the Pooh merchandising art, signed by legend Mike Royer, Disney, pencil on paper, 1990s
  12. Winnie the Pooh with snowman from Winnie the Pooh merchandising art, signed by legend Mike Royer, Disney, pencil on paper, 1990s
  13. Gandalf the Grey rough sketch by Manny Perez, unsigned, from Ralph Bakshi's Lord of the Rings, pencil on paper, 1978
  14. Sonic running from Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, produced by DIC en Sega, developed by designer H. Yasuhara and programmer Y.Naka, gouaches on acetate, on a handpainted non-matching background, 1993
  15. Tigger in Blue from Winnie the Pooh merchandising art, signed by legend Mike Royer, Disney, (color)pencil on paper, 1990s
  16. Homer is Fat, from The Simpsons: production drawing from episode habf17 Threehouse of Horror XVII, “Survival of the fattest”, produced by Film Roman / Fox / Matt Groening/ David Silverman, blue pencil on paper, 2006
  17. Marge is angry, from The Simpsons: production drawing probably from episode habf17 Threehouse of Horror XVII, “Survival of the fattest”, produced by Film Roman/ Fox / Matt Groening/ David Silverman, pencil on paper, 2006
  18. Fred Flinstone, from commercial for softdrink, 1970s, production drawing with markings
  19. Hello Kitty (with and without mouth), design for Harmonyland in Oita, Japan (Sanrio Theme Parks) by Rebecca Mills, unsigned, creator of the Snugglebums, paint and pencil on paper, 1991
  20. Felix The Cat: from Felix the Cat: The Movie, signed by artist Don Oriolo, gouaches on acetate, on a handpainted matching background, 1988
  21. Scooby-Doo, Where are You, developed by Joe Ruby and Ken Spears, with Iwao Takamoto and Fred Silverman, directed by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera for Hanna-Barbera Productions and CBS, production drawing from the series or specials, 1969-70 or 1978 (then for ABC)
  22. The Thing from Fantastic Four: The Animated Series, is the third animated television series based on Marvel's comic book created by Stan Lee, gouache on acetate, on a handpainted, matching background, 1994-95
  23. Tom pulls the curtain from Tom en Jerry, probably late 50s or early 60s, maybe Gene Deitz maybe before, MGM Hanna -Barbera Productions, production drawing, 1950-60
  24. Spongebob Squarepants with Gary the Snail, panoramic celluloid from Scaredy Pants (Halloween Special), SpongeBob pretends to be the Flying Dutchman, produced by United Plankton Pictures, gouache on acetate, on a copy of a matching background, season 1, ep. 13, 1999
  25. Sport Goofy in Soccermania: Two Original Production Cels and three drawings from Disney's 1987 production
  26. Basil, rough original animation drawing from Walt Disney's 1986 feature The Great mouse Detective.
  27. Specs from Pocket Dragon Adventures, serie van DIC, gebaseerd op de karakters van Real Musgrave, gouache on acetate,1998
  28. Sonic running from Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog, produced by DIC en Sega, developed by designer H. Yasuhara and programmer Y.Naka, gouaches on acetate, on a handpainted non-matching background, 1993
  29. BATMAN from Hanna Barbera Studio's animated TV Series The Super Friends, production drawing, 1973
  30. Garfield, Jon and Odie running, from animated series produced by Jim Davis productions and Film Roman, personal inscription by Davis, gouache on acetate, 1980-90 NFS
  31. Quick Draw McGraw and Baba Looey, an American horse and a Mexican burro, in Fender Bender 500 from Wake, Rattle, and Roll, Hanna-Barbera Productions, gouaches on acetate against a matching photocopy background, 1990-91
  32. Slimer from The New Ghostbusters, produced for Columbia DIC, gouache on acetate, on non-matyching handpainted background,1986-91
  33. The Thing from Fantastic Four: The Animated Series, the third animated television series based on Marvel's comic book created by Stan Lee, production drawing with markings, 1994-95
  34. War Machine, from Iron Man animated series as part of The Marvel Action Hour, gouache on acetate, on matyching handpainted background, 1994-96
  35. Slimer from The New Ghostbusters, produced for Columbia DIC, gouache on acetate, on matching handpainted background,1986-91
  36. Donald Duck, maybe from Early to Bed (1941) but probably from a re-made version for television in the 1960-70s, gouache on acetate, on a non-matching handpainted background.
  37. EXIT, by Keith Haring Estate for Sesame Street, following his death in 1990, two short clips were made for Sesame Street by the Keith Haring Estate, this is a try-out celluloid for a segment showing kids the meaning of the word 'exit', gouache on acetate, 1991
  38. Smurfette from Hanna-Barbera's animated series The Smurfs, based on Peyo's creation, made for NBC, gouache on acetate, on a photocopy background, 1981-89
  39. The Genie, voiced by Dan Castellaneta (who also does Homer Simpson), from the Aladdin television series, ep.26, The Day the bird stood still, scene 132, with Disney certificate, sketch drawing with markings, 1994
  40. Mighty Mouse from The New Adventures of Mighty Mouse, produced by Filmation, gouache on acetate, 1981
  41. Dumbo drunk, color drawing by Disney legend Milt Neil, who worked on the original Disney's Dumbo from 1941, marker on paper, from the 1980s
  42. Pink Panther, keymaster set-up, gouache on acetate on a handpainted matching, original background from the rebooted television series, MGM, 1993-94
  43. Droopy from The Tom and Jerry Comedy Show, produced by Filmation for MGM Television in 1980-82. Droopy was a creation of Tex Avery.
  44. ON THE CHAIR: Daffy Duck meets Clawed Chainey from Daffy Duck and Porky Pig meet the Groovie Goolies, produced by Filmation, production drawing with markings, Dec.18, 1972
  45. Jolly Jumper from the Lucky Luke animated series, produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions, France 3, Gaumont Film Company, and creator Morris, gouache on acetate from episode 1 'Ma Dalton', 1983
  46. Watership Down, British animated film written, produced and directed by Martin Rosen and based on the novel Watership Down by Richard Adams, gouache on acetate, on a non-matching handpainted background, 1978
  47. Ren from the Hermit Ren episode (1994) of Ren & Stimpy, created by animation legend Kricfalusi, produced by Games Animation, gouache on acetate, on a matching photocopy background 1994
  48. Snoopy from Charles Schultz' Peanuts, signed and enscribed by animation legend William Charles "Bill" Littlejohn (1914-2010), production drawing from one of his specials from the 1960-70s.
  49. Huckleberry Hound & Snagglepuss, Top Cat & Choo-Choo, Winsome Witch (with her cat, Lucky) from Fender Bender 500 from Wake, Rattle, and Roll, Hanna-Barbera Productions, gouaches on acetate, signed by both artists, against a matching photocopy background, 1990-91
  50. The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue, with Lampy, Ratso and Toaster, animated film, directed by Robert C. Ramirez for Disney Productions, gouaches on acetate, on a non-matching handpainted background,1999


maandag 28 december 2015

ANIMATION STARS

The exhibition Animation Stars (Sterren van de Tekenfilm) shows the biggest (but not necessarily the brightest) animation stars. These celluloid creations wrote and rewrote animation history, from the Pink Panther to Donald Duck, from Homer Simpson to Felix the Cat, from Ren & Stimpy to Watership Down, from Keith Haring to Peanuts. For the next few months gallery AnimationNation welcomes them all.