Sinbad Fights the Skeleton
The original drawing for 'Sinbad the Sailor', created by Ray in the early 1950s. This is probably one of the most famous pieces of his concept art.
This key drawing became one of the main selling points when Ray presented the concept of what eventually became The 7th Voyage of Sinbad to film producers. Initially sceptical of the appeal of a period fantasy, they were immediately sold upon seeing this material. Again, this shows another example of Ray’s fantastic talents as an artist. From Ray’s imagination, this battle with a living skeleton was to become one of the most iconic images from the film.
A framed reproduction art print of Sinbad Fights the Skeleton by Ray Harryhausen.
Frame options: oak / black satin
Framed print size: 41 x 33 cm
Frame thickness: 20 mm
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