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    Peter Pan The Darling Children and Peter Concept Painting by David Hall Original Art (Walt Disney, 1940). Peter Pan visits Wendy, John, and Michael, who are all dressed for bed, in this original piece of concept art by David Hall (1905 - 1964). His short but impressive time at Disney is chronicled in the great book by Didier Ghez, They Drew As They Pleased -- The Hidden Art of Disney's Musical Years (The 1940s -- Part One) on pages 166-201. This very impressive shadow-filled piece is in watercolor and ink over graphite on illustration board measuring approximately 11.5" x 9.25", with an image area of 9.25" x 7". Hand-signed by David Hall below the lower right corner of the image. Toning, with handling and edge wear. Very Good condition. From the Joe Rinaldi Estate.

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