I received the following email from Alexander Rannie and am wondering if anyone of you can help. (The illustration of this post comes from an excellent article published in the Animation Journal from Spring 1996).
[I recently ran across a typed note at the ARL regarding artwork from the Silly Symphony Springtime (1929) that seems to be related to an early exhibit of Disney art -- sometime in the 30s, I'm guessing.
ORIGINAL ANIMATION DRAWINGS FROM "SPRINGTIME"
RELEASED IN 1929. THE FIRST ANIMATED PIC-
TURE IN WHICH FLOWERS WERE USED TO INTERPRET
AN IDEA OF THE CHARACTER AND CONTINUITY OF
THE DANCE CAN BE GAINED BY VIEWING DRAWINGS
1-10 IN THE ORDER LISTED.
"SPRINGTIME" WAS THE THIRD OF WALT DISNEY'S
SILLY SYMPHONIES AND FIRST OF FOUR THEMATIC
PICTURES DEDICATED TO THE FOUR SEASONS -
Do you have any thoughts as to what specific exhibit it makes reference to?]