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    Xena: Warrior Princess Concept Paintings by Harrison Ellenshaw Group of 3 (NBC Universal, c. 1990s). Two amazing concept background paintings by award winning visual effects supervisor, Harrison Ellenshaw. Ellenshaw, the son of famed matte painter and Disney Legend Inductee, Peter Ellenshaw, started his career at the Walt Disney Studios and later joined George Lucas's effects studio, Industrial Light and Magic (ILM), where he produced many of the matte visual effects backgrounds for the film's Star Wars (1977) and The Empire Strikes Back (1980). The artwork in this lot depicts Mt. Fuji and a seaside cliff. The art was rendered in gouache on board of 14" x 9" and used for Xena: Warrior Princess. The paintings are hand-signed by the artist. Included are four schematics used for the shot. The schematics have some pinholes in the corners. Overall condition is Very Good.


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