During the late 1990's the amount of animation art (sometimes called "product") was drying up. So, attempts were made to creative ways to package cels that were not great stand-alone pieces.
Here is a case in point. A nice combination of items depicting the first time Lady sees the baby. Lady has a great expression and the concept of the baby in the crib is very unique. The combination also provides an opportunity to explain the animation process to visitors.
Frankly, I love the concept sketch. If you look at it closely, it really goes on you...
Lady Cel and Baby Concept
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From “Lady and the Tramp” (1955). Cel of Lady mounted on a pencil concept of the baby in the crib. [20"W x 10"H] Acquired 1998. SeqID-0364 Updated: 7/31/2005