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    Mary Blair Peter Pan Never Land Concept/Color Key Painting (Walt Disney, 1953). Mary Blair was Color Stylist/Art Director on this film, along with John Hench, Claude Coats, and Don DaGradi. This is an original Mary Blair (1911 - 1978) concept painting of one of the islands in Never Land. It features wildly beautiful foliage sprouting from a small island at sunset. Beneath the plants and trees are tiny white ghostly silhouettes joined in dance. This scene was ultimately cut from the film, making this artwork a particularly rare piece. This is a truly masterful painting in gouache on illustration board and a perfect example of Mary Blair's extraordinary style and skill. The art is framed under glass with a mat opening of 10" x 8" in a 17" x 14.5" frame. Very Good condition. Frame is sold as-is.

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    December, 2019
    13th-15th Friday-Sunday
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