Song of the South (1946)|
Concept piece of Uncle Remus.
This piece measures 8" x 9".
As Walt Disney was new to the venture of live action film-making, he was quick to elicit the imagination of Mary Blair in conceptualization of sets and costumes. Blairís blue sky, patchy green grass, dusty red roads because a backdrop for Uncle Remus and the cartoon critters of his wild tales.
There is evidence of pin holes along the extreme lower and upper edges toward the center, which can be easily matted out.
There is also evidence of a small paint smudge toward the lower left-hand corner, which can easily be matted out as well.
The size of the image is 3" h x 1.5" w.