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    Mary Poppins Set Design Concept Art (Walt Disney, 1964). One of London's most famous fictional addresses is 17 Cherry Tree Lane, home of the Banks family. Here is an original ink drawing of that address, with rough images of Mary Poppins holding the hands of Jane and Michael in front of the house. Any and all development artwork for this masterpiece of a film is hard to find. The art directors for this film were Carroll Clark and William Tunkje. Special effects animation was done by Peter Ellenshaw. Backgrounds in the animated scenes were done by Al Dempster, Don Griffith, Art Riley and Bill Layne. This rough set design study is matted with an opening size of 28" x 20", and framed with Plexiglas for an overall size of 37.75" x 29.5". Fine condition.

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    July, 2017
    1st-2nd Saturday-Sunday
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