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    Eyvind Earle Working For Peanuts Background Concept Art Group of 3 (Walt Disney, 1953). Three miniature masterpieces by the legendary painter Eyvind Earle (1916-2000). Working For Peanuts was one of Disney's first 3-D cartoon shorts. After its theatrical release, it was shown in Disneyland in 3-D. The Jack Hannah directed short starring Donald Duck, Deloris the Elephant, Chip, and Dale, was released on 11/11/53. The credits list backgrounds by Eyvind Earle, and these background color key/concept paintings are each signed by him as well. They are produced in gouache on illustration board measuring 5" x 3". These amazing small studies showcase the feel and vision of Eyvind Earle, and you can see his style in all three of the mini-marvels. They are in Fine condition.

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    December, 2015
    13th-14th Sunday-Monday
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