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    Retta Scott Watercolor Illustration (Warner Brothers, 1950s/60s). When Retta Scott left Disney, she married a military husband, and lived wherever his career took them. She painted watercolors wherever she was living. Hawaii, Northeast US, Northwest US, and on vacations. This is a stunning watercolor painting from her hand, of a far east scene. It is on paper measuring 20" x 14". There are some small corner tears in the left corner and a tiny tear in the bottom border, nowhere near the main image. Vibrant and stunning color. In Fine condition. From the Retta Scott Archives.

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    December, 2016
    10th-11th Saturday-Sunday
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