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    Walt Peregoy EPCOT Study Original Art (Walt Disney, 1981). Walt Peregoy (1925-2015) returned to the Disney Studio in 1977 to work for WED - Walt Disney Imagineering, for the development of EPCOT. His work set the tone for architectural facets, sculpture, murals, park décor, fountains, and attractions. His influence is apparent in "The Land" and the "Journey into Imagination" pavilions. Here is a rare look into the mind of this important Disney artist. This is a three-panel study for EPCOT. Three graphite studies with image sizes of 14", 12" and 10" on paper measuring 24" x 19". Artwork is signed by the Disney Legend Inductee Walt Peregoy and dated '81 in the bottom right corner. Minor handling and edge wear. Right border has a crease, nowhere near any artwork. Very Good condition. From the Walt Peregoy Archives.

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