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    Fantasia "Pastoral Symphony" Concept Art by Sylvia Holland (Walt Disney, 1940). Sylvia Holland (1900 - 1974) was the second female artist hired at the Disney Studios. She began in 1938 and worked till the end of World War II. Her concept art for Fantasia is thought to be some of her most prized work. This is a stunning pastel concept piece of one of the female Centaurettes from the Pastoral Symphony section of Fantasia. It is on light art paper of 13" x 10". The image is a nice large image of 8" x 9". Rendered in pastel on paper. Concert feature stamp is on reverse and has a date of Aug. 23. Minor handling and edge wear. Some small tape on border, nowhere near image. Small pinholes in corners. Artwork condition is Very Good.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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