Here is a set of 3 pieces of original art by Rob Roy MacVeigh, an artist who specialized in the Wizard of Oz. From the club’s website: “Rob Roy MacVeigh was one of the Oz Club’s most creative artists and one of its most active and beloved members. Rob’s work for the Club included articles and art for The Baum Bugle; convention decorations, and logos for posters, programs, and T-shirts. Rob’s lifelong—and, unfortunately, unfulfilled—dream was to create animated movies faithful to the authors and illustrators of Oz. He made considerable progress in developing the full storyboard sequence for his version of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz.”
This appears to be concept art for one of the storyboards–the main piece is labelled 18/1 and says “Copyright Rob Roy Productions”. It’s on an 11 x 14″ sheet of paper; the ink and watercolor art is 11 1/2″ wide by 5 1/2″ high. It shows the yellow brick road running thru the forest and a tiny image of the Fab 4 heading down the center of it. Also included in this set are two overlay cels, one of Scarecrow and one with two Totos of different colors (–not sure what’s up with that). The cels are 10 1/2 x 12 1/2″; the Scarecrow is about 4″ high and the Totos are each about 1 1/2″ high. Macveigh passed away in 1992 and his art is getting harder and harder to find. I have a couple pieces on my website currently.