Ref. BMB11BM

Bambi in "Bambi"



Film included in the US Library of Congress for being culturally, historically and aesthetically significant.

Includes one of the most infamous moments in film history: Bambi’s mother’s death.

First Disney animated movie in which a non-evil character dies.

Bambi designed by Disney Legend Marc Davis.

Dimensions: Main draw: 7cm x 6cm. Canvas: 39cm x 31,5cm. Frame: 50cm x 40cm. Window mat: 39cm x 29cm.

Medium: Graphite hand drawing on 5 pegholes production paper with black, blue and red color pencil.

Condition: Minor handling and edge wear, mild age-related paper toning (W6,5 as for our guide).

Framing: White RIBBA, PH-neutral mount, acid-free, polystyrene front, easy and fast disassemble. 

Authenticity: Trackable and conducted thorough research verified authenticity in exclusive NTAG215 card ISO 14443-3A with 32-bit code.


"Bambi” is by far one of the most beloved characters from a Disney movie. This deer designed by Disney Legend Marc Davis and animated by another Disney Legend, Frank Thomas, has been in the hearts of generations since the loss of his mother at the beginning of the film. Here we can see a full figure of adult Bambi with his new emerging horns as seen around the 56:21 mark of the film, right on the oniric scene where he falls in love. The drawing is rendered on black, blue and red colored pencil and the artwork is numbered 128 on the lower right side.

Released in 1942, “Bambi” remains a beloved and enduring classic that has captured generations of viewers with its poignant story, stunning animation and unforgettable characters. This timeless masterpiece was even added to the United States National Film Registry of the Library of Congress in 2011 for being culturally, historically and aesthetically significant. The film’s breathtaking hand-drawn animation showcases Disney’s unparalleled ability to capture the essence of nature, from the delicate flutter of a butterfly’s wing to the grandeur of changing seasons. 

In the film, Mickey Mouse entertains guests in a winter shelter saloon located in the Klondike region of Canada. There arrives poor orphan Minnie Mouse and finds the comfort and care provided by our hero Mickey. But the villain Pete kidnaps Minnie, and Mickey will try his best to set her free. In this short film we can also see Pluto and Goofy making a cameo, and recognize the voice of Walt Disney himself playing the role of Mickey Mouse.

This is a great opportunity to make yours a Disney character that will remain not only in hearts but also in World history, designed by Marc Davis, that anyone can recognize as a timeless treasure that will transcend generations.




Package: Custom, hand-made premium box with a Collector's Handbook, care guide, certificate of authenticity and branded materials. Authenticity: Trackable and conducted thorough research verified authenticity in exclusive NFC password protected NTAG215 card ISO 14443-3A with 32-bit code. Framing: White RIBBA, PH-neutral mount (will not discolour the picture), acid-free, polystyrene front, easy and fast disassemble.  Shipping: Free premium express shipping from Madrid, Europe.


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