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    Mary Blair Alice in Wonderland Alice and the Cheshire Cat Concept Painting (Walt Disney, 1951). A fantastic concept painting by the legendary Mary Blair. A priceless image of Alice encountering the grinning Cheshire Cat, standing in his tree, as the moon shines brightly above. The art is in tempera and watercolor on illustration board, with an approximate image area of 8" x 7". Any art featuring Alice with the Cheshire Cat is considered rare. In the 2008 book Walt Disney's Alice in Wonderland Retold, by Jon Scieszka with pictures by Mary Blair, there's not one painting by Blair of the Cat. The image of him grinning in the tree is priceless! What a masterpiece! Fine condition, with pinholes in all four border area corners.

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    July, 2014
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