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    Walt Peregoy - EPCOT Center Concept Art (Walt Disney, c. 1970s - 1980s). Walt Peregoy (1925 - 2015) returned to Disney in 1977 to work at WED on the development of EPCOT. His work helped set the tone for architectural facets, sculpture, murals, park décor, fountains, and rides. His influence was apparent in "The Land" and the "Journey Into Imagination" pavilions, among others. This is a rare concept piece for an EPCOT ride concept, very "Small World-ish" in design. A magnificent painting, showcasing the children of the world. Painted on paper measuring 17" x 14" and mounted to board measuring 28" x 22", likely intended for presentation purposes. Amazing use of color in the signature Peregoy style. One of his more interesting works done for EPCOT. Bottom right corner is bent, nowhere near any artwork. In Very Good condition. From the Walt Peregoy Archives.

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