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    Walt Peregoy Chanticleer Concept Art Group of 2 (Walt Disney, 1960s). The Marc Davis/Ken Anderson/Walt Peregoy-driven film Chanticleer picked up steam again in 1960... only to be ultimately shelved for good. Walt Peregoy (1925-2015) completed a large number of character studies for this project; here are two beautiful pieces from the series. Amazing design and meticulous detail on both! Both drawings are signed under the character, "Peregoy '60". This date reinforces the project's timeline laid out in Charles Solomon's book, The Disney That Never Was. With stunning examples of preliminary artwork like these, one can't help but lament that the film was never completed! Clear acetate has been placed over both pieces. They appear to be paintings that would have been used in a formal presentation. Images are each 13" tall. The paintings both measure 11" x 17" and are mounted on 15" x 23" backing paper. Minor handling. In Very Good condition. From the Walt Peregoy Archives.

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