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    Walt Peregoy Don Quixote Concept Art (Walt Disney, 1952). Don Quixote was an ongoing "in development" project at Disney Feature Animation for many years. This is a pair of rare pen and ink concept drawings for the third pass at this film, from the hand of Walt Peregoy. Similar artwork is shown on page 168 of the book The Disney That Never Was: The Stories and Art of Five Decades of Unproduced Animation by Charles Solomon. One feature Sancho Panza and the other depicts Don Quixote's horse lying on the ground. Both are signed "Peregoy '52" in the bottom right. Matted with openings of 8" x 4" and 3" x 10". Both are on 12 field 3-peghole animation paper. Minor handling wear and staining to the top of the mats; the artwork itself is in Fine condition.

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