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    Fantasia "The Pastoral Symphony" Original Concept Art (Walt Disney, 1940). The classic Walt Disney animated feature film, Fantasia gained a huge cult following since its first release in theatrical roadshow engagements on 11/13/40. The film is notably important to the film industry as a milestone in the creation of the modern music video. From this masterpiece of film making, we have an extraordinary piece of concept art. The artwork is from The Pastoral Symphony sequence and was rendered in watercolor by Mel Schwartzman. The piece measures 9.5" x 7" in a frame of 16.75" x 13". Frame sold as-is. This remarkable piece of animation art would be a terrific addition to any serious animation art collection. From the Basmajian Collection. Very Good condition. From the MacLaughlin Family Disney Collection.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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