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DescriptionPinocchio Underwater Scene Concept/Color Key Painting (Walt Disney, 1940). "Gee! What a big place!" Pinocchio sinks to the bottom of the ocean in search of Gepetto in the final scenes of the 1940 Disney animated feature film Pinocchio. A simply beautiful piece, this is a rare original concept painting that significantly informed the look and feel of the scene. While the exact artist is unknown, the washy strokes of watercolor suggest this could possibly be by the hand of Lee Blair (1911-1993). Rendered in watercolor on watercolor paper, this lovely piece measures 18.75" x 7", and the production notes Sc. 14-15-15.1 are written in the lower right corner. The painting shows minor handling and edge wear with two vertical folds. Pinholes in the corners, and the condition overall is Good.
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