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DescriptionXena: Warrior Princess Matte Painting by Harrison Ellenshaw (NBC Universal, c. 1990s). An exceptional matte painting from the television series Xena: Warrior Princess. The painting was created by visual effects supervisor, Harrison Ellenshaw as an establishing shot for the Double Temple. Harrison started his matte painting and visual effects career at the Walt Disney Studios. He later joined George Lucas's effects studio Industrial Light and Magic (ILM), where he produced many of the matte paintings and visual effects backgrounds for Star Wars (1977) and The Empire Strikes Back (1980). Ellenshaw supervised visual effects for Xena from 1999 through 2000. This RARE matte painting was beautifully detailed on 24" x 18" board. Matte paintings are arguable rare and hard to find. This one is a real find! Normal edge wear. Overall condition is Very Good.
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