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Description"The Art of Retta Scott" Original Paintings Group of 4 (Walt Disney, c. 1950-60s). After Retta Scott's Disney career, she became a Military wife, a local watercolor artist, and did work for greeting cards and children books, much like her close friend Mary Blair. This lot is an example of her work in those fields. A series of four Retta Scott (1916 - 1990) original paintings. One is of a boy riding a pony at the circus (9.5" x 12), a girl and boy feeding a horse an apple (14" x 10") and of two young boys playing baseball and football (10" x 14.5" and 10" x 10"). All of these were in her portfolio of work that she showcased when looking for assignments. All are unsigned. Minor handling and edge wear. Overall Good condition. From the Reta Scott Archives.
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