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    Mary Blair Alice in Wonderland "Queen of Hearts Castle" Concept Painting Original Art (Walt Disney, 1951). In 2008, the Disney Press released its charming book Walt Disney's Alice in Wonderland Retold, written by Ron Scieszka, and long since sold out. The book was lavishly illustrated with concept art for the film, created by the great Mary Blair. Offered here is an outstanding original scene of the "Queen of Hearts Castle," with the Card Soldiers all standing at attention. They appear to be queuing up for the Queen of Hearts' imminent arrival -- awaiting her command to "Paint the roses red." It's an outstanding tempera and watercolor on illustration board piece. The board measures approximately 6" x 7.5" overall. It's marked "7A" in pencil at the bottom right. There are pinholes in the center top; otherwise, this piece is in Excellent condition.

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    July, 2014
    1st-2nd Tuesday-Wednesday
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