Accepting Consignments for Fall Auction

We are accepting consignments for our Fall auction. If you have artwork you’re considering offering for sale, now through July is the time to let us know. Join us – It’s going to be a great fall! Call now at 818-991-9955, or email juliann@srlabs.com

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A Historical Overview from Roy P. Disney

Roy Disney, grandson of Roy O. Disney and grand nephew of Walt Disney, wrote the above 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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Images from our Fall 2017 Auction | May 22-23

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  • CELS ARE MADE OF WONDER STUFF
    A BRIEF HISTORY In 1872, the Celluloid Manufacturing Company opened in Newark, New Jersey, where the first man-made plastic, called Celluloid, was commercially produced. The revolutionary product made the movies possible in so many ways. And it gave us animation cels. It Was Wonder Stuff Being a marvelously moldable substance, Celluloid was used to create […]
    Ron Stark
    22 February 2017
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  • DISNEY PAINT COLORS FROM CEL TO SCREEN OR WHY IS ALICE’S HAIR GREEN?
    Disney, unlike other studios, made their own animation paint until 1985, when The Black Cauldron was released as the last film to be made with the original Disney animation paint. Why the change? Because Disney attempted to make the switch to newer acrylic-based paint colors, only to discover it would require an entire refitting of […]
    Ron Stark
    14 February 2017
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