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    Walt Peregoy - EPCOT Center Concept Drawings Group of 3 (Walt Disney, c. 1970s-1980s). Walt Peregoy (1925 - 2015) worked at Walt Disney Studios from 1951 until 1964, and then returned to work at WED from 1977 to 1983 to lend his distinctive style to the design of EPCOT. The EPCOT Center opened in Orlando, Florida on 10/01/82. These drawings are a series of three elaborate building designs in what can only be called the "Peregoy Style." They depict different locations which would eventually be featured in the EPCOT theme park: in the first drawing the Eiffel Tower looms large over the city of Paris, the second depicts a Bavarian castle, and the third portrays a Japanese pagoda. Each is rendered in graphite and charcoal and all are hand-signed "Walt Peregoy." Two of the drawings are on light paper and one is on 16 field animation paper. Amazing detail on each of these images, which measure from 12" to 15" tall. Minor handling and edge wear. In Very Good condition. From the Walt Peregoy Archives.

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