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    Mary Blair - Painted Art Tiles Set of 2 (c. 1950s-60s). When her husband went in to the Navy, Mary Blair moved in with Retta Scott. These two became lifelong friends. This is a rare set of two tiles that were painted and glazed by Mary Blair and gifted to Retta Scott. One has to wonder if this is a caricature of the two of them? The two tiles placed together provide an image of two ladies playing instruments. Each tile is 6" x 6", with a combined size of 6" x 12". There is some cracking on the border of both tiles, in the white border away from the image. The bottom tile is hand-signed by Disney Legend Mary Blair (1911 - 1978) on the bottom right. Good condition. From the Retta Scott Archives.

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    July, 2017
    1st-2nd Saturday-Sunday
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