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    Peanut Butter TV Commercial Concept Paintings Group of 2 (Walt Disney, c. 1950s). Xavier Atencio (1919 - 2017) went by the name X Atencio. He is well known for writing scripts and lyrics to "The Haunted Mansion" and "Pirates of the Caribbean" attractions. He was a longtime artist for Walt Disney Studios and was inducted as a Disney Legend in 1996. This is a pair of his concept art paintings for a Disney Peanut Butter commercial, done for the new Walt Disney Studio Television Division, started in 1952. Highly stylized "Cartoon Modern" type paintings done on 16 field 3-peghole and 5-peghole background boards. Great images, with sizes of 6" - 12". Minor handling, edge wear, tack holes in corners. Slight stain on Indian left border, nowhere near image. Very Good condition. From the Joe Hale Archives.

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