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1940
Geppetto animation Maquette
  Pinocchio (1940)
Maquette of Geppetto
The base is carved with" W.D.P." and stamped at the bottom "Return to Character Model Dept."
There is some slight surface staining throughout and a chip of 0.25" x 0.25" in the hair in the front. There is some specks of paint loss; a 0.125" x 0.125" speck by the cuff of theleftsleeve, 0.25" x 0.125" in the left sleeve by the armpit, and a tiny speck in the left armhole of the vest. There are some specks of paint loss throughout the base.
The character size is 9" h x 2.5" w.
 (unframed).

WDSCS3
Geppetto animation Concept Piece
  Pinocchio (1940)
Concept piece of Geppetto and Pinocchio
Attributed to Albert Hurter. The artwork measures 5" x 7".
 (unframed).

WDA897
Pinocchio animation Storyboard
  Pinocchio (1940)
Storyboard of Pinocchio
Pinocchio’s debut performance at Stromboli’s caravan was an exciting trip through Europe with the puppets of the world. This fun storyboard is a fine example of the climactic finale. Pinocchio may not have any strings but the Russian puppets sure do!
The image area measures 6.5'' x 9''.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")
 (unframed).

WDDCS158



1941
Dumbo animation Color Model Cel
  Dumbo (1941)
Color model cel of Dumbo
The cel is trimmed to character and measures 6" x 7".
The cel is adhered to a blue backing paper. As visible in the image, there is line wear and paint mottling, as well as slight paint bleeding.
US$ 1660 (unframed).
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WDCCS145
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Dumbo animation Concept Piece
  Dumbo (1941)
Concept piece of Dumbo and Dumbo's Mother
This piece is attributed to Bill Tytla.
 (unframed).

WDA871



1942
a deer animation Concept Piece
  Bambi (1942)
Concept piece of a deer

The artwork measures 17.5" x 11". The forest setting for Disney’s classic film, Bambi, gave the studio an opportunity to create more complex and detailed backgrounds than anyone had ever seen, and they certainly succeeded in doing so. This concept piece shows that even in the early stages of planning, these meticulous backgrounds were in the forefront of the artists’ minds, as a massive, tangled web of tree trunks and branches surround a small clearing in which a tiny fawn lies. A great amount of depth is given to the piece by using darker colors to shadow those branches which cut across the foreground, while using lighter colors to accent and illuminate the trees that twist in the background. The forest truly becomes a character all its own in this piece just as it did in the movie itself.
There is evidence of staple holes towards the extremes of the upper left and right hand corners which can be easily matted out.
On the reverse of the piece, the edges have been affixed to a brown paper, which can easily be matted out..
The character size is 0.25" h x 0.25" w.
 (unframed).

WDAMB1



1943
Donald Duck animation Concept Piece
  Saludos Amigos (1943)
Concept piece of Donald Duck
Saludos Amigos marked Blair’s return to Disney after leaving the studio for “domestic life.” This fun concept from the Lake Titicaca section of the film shows Donald roaming the market place of the village.
As visible in the web image, slight age-toning has occurred to the paper and there is paper loss of 0.5" x 0.5" to the bottom peg hole. There are some minor tears along the edges; 0.5" halfway across the upper edge with surface paper loss of 0.5" x 0.75", tear of 0.25" between the top two peg holes and 0.5" between the middle peg holes, 0.75" at the upper left corner, and 0.5" halfway down the left edge. There is evidence of multiple pin holes located at each corner and along the upper and lower edges. As pinning up work for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work. Piece exhibits slightly more than normal handling throughout.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")
US$ 1600 (unframed).
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WDACS191
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1946
Brer Fox animation Storyboard
  Song of the South (1946)
Storyboard of Brer Fox
The artwork measures 5" x 7".
There is evidence of pin holes at all four corners. As pinning up storyboards for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work. This storyboard is mounted on foam board and then the back of the foam board has been affixed to a 5.5" x 8.5" white paper. As seen in the image, there is text behind the artwork which has bled through, possibly caused by the mounting process.
US$ 850 (unframed).
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WDACS139
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Brer Rabbit animation Storyboard
  Song of the South (1946)
Storyboard of Brer Rabbit
The artwork measures 5" x 7".
There is evidence of pin holes at all four corners. As pinning up storyboards for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work. This storyboard is mounted on foam board and then the back of the foam board has been affixed to a 5.5" x 8.5" white paper. As seen in the image, there is text behind the artwork which has bled through, possibly caused by the mounting process.
US$ 850 (unframed).
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WDACS140
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Brer Fox animation Storyboard
  Song of the South (1946)
Storyboard of Brer Fox
The piece measures 5.0" x 7.0".
There is evidence of multiple pin holes at each corner and five pin holes halfway across the upper edge and 1.0" above the artwork. As pinning up work for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work. There is A 0.75" x0.75" piece of clear tape affixed to the back along the upper edge by each upper corner and the lower left corner exhibits some slight signs of handling which is fairly common for studio-handled production material.
US$ 600 (unframed).
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WDACS154
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Brer Bear animation Storyboard
  Song of the South (1946)
Storyboard of Brer Bear and Brer Rabbit
The piece measures 5" x 7".
There is evidence of five pin holes at each corner. As pinning up work for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work. There is a very faint crease of 0.5" across the upper left corner.
US$ 850 (unframed).
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WDACS152
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Brer Bear animation Storyboard
  Song of the South (1946)
Storyboard of Brer Bear and Brer Fox
The artwork measures 5" x 7".
There are evidence of pin holes by all four corners. As pinning up storyboards for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work. The storyboard has been mounted on foam board and then the back of the foam board has been affixed to a 5.5" x 8.5" white paper.
US$ 950 (unframed).
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WDACS138
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Brer Fox animation Storyboard
  Song of the South (1946)
Storyboard of Brer Fox
The piece measures 5" x 7".
There is evidence of six pin holes at each corner. As pinning up work for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work.
US$ 600 (unframed).
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WDACS153
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Uncle Remus animation Concept Piece
  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. Blair’s 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 character size is 3" h x 1.5" w.
 (unframed).

WDAKM3
Brer Rabbit animation Storyboard
  Song of the South (1946)
Storyboard of Brer Rabbit
Brer Rabbit dances down the road just as sassy as a jay bird when he passes by the Tar Baby and sings out, “How do you do!” Brer Rabbit demands the Tar Baby answers back, but when he doesn’t Brer Rabbit falls for Brer Bear and Brer Fox's cunning trick.
The artwork measures 5" x 7".
There is evidence of pin holes at all four corners. As pinning up storyboards for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work. The storyboard has been mounted on foam board and then the back of the foam board is affixed to a 5.5" x 8.5" white paper.
 (unframed).

WDACS137
Brer Bear animation Concept Piece
  Song of the South (1946)
Concept piece of Brer Bear and Brer Fox
Brer Bear and Brer Fox celebrate with a little dance as they capture Brer Fox in a big ball of Tar Baby.
The artwork measures 10.5" x 12.5"
As is visible and typical of this type of artwork, there are pin holes in each corner.
 (unframed).

WDACS196
Brer Fox animation Concept Piece
  Song of the South (1946)
Concept piece of Brer Fox
This vibrant concept of Brer Fox and the Tar Baby comes to life with bright colors and energetic lines. This piece is a great example of concept work.
The piece measures 8.25" x 6.0".
There is evidence of artist tape 0.25" thick applied to the back of the piece along the edges. There is evidence of adhesive residue on the back of the piece at each corner which has discolored over time.
Signed by: Marc Davis

 (unframed).

WDACS150
Brer Rabbit animation Storyboard
  Song of the South (1946)
Storyboard of Brer Rabbit
Uncle Remus narrates the Tar Baby tale and describes Brer Rabbit scratching his ear with his hind foot. He is flummoxed in this storyboard from the Tar Baby scene of Song of the South. The inanimate Tar Baby has just disrespected him by not saying hello—now Brer Rabbit must teach him a lesson!
The storyboard measures 6" x 8.5" and is affixed to black paper in both the front and back of the drawing. The aperture measures 4" x 5".
The storyboard is stapled in each corner to the front paper. There are pin holes in the black paper toward the corners, which is quite common for this type of artwork. The drawing extends behind the 'matte' of the front black paper, as the actual drawing measures 6" x 8.5" and the aperture measures 4" x 5.25".
 (unframed).

WDACS35
Brer Rabbit animation Storyboard
  Song of the South (1946)
Storyboard of Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby
The Tar Baby scene from Song of the South is by far one of the most famous and controversial tales told in Disney history. This great storyboard sets the scene for Brer Rabbit’s unfortunate interaction with Brer Fox’s and Brer Bear’s sticky little trick, the Tar Baby.
The actual storyboard measures 6' x 8.25" while the animation paper measures 7.75" x 9".
The storyboard is stapled in each corner to the backing paper. There are pin holes in the black paper toward the corners, which is quite common for this type of artwork.
There is slight wear along the extreme most edge of the paper along the top toward the right corner.
 (unframed).

WDACS36
Brer Rabbit animation Storyboard
  Song of the South (1946)
Storyboard of Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby
Brer Rabbit is feisty as ever in this fantastic storyboard from the Tar Baby scene of Song of the South. Here we see him with his hand on his hip as he leans forward to give the Tar Baby to the count of three before to say hello or else he is going to punch him “wiiiide open.”
The actual storyboard measures 6' x 8.25" while the animation paper measures 7.75" x 9".
The storyboard is stapled in each corner to the backing paper. There are pin holes in the black paper toward the corners, which is quite common for this type of artwork.
 (unframed).

WDACS38
Brer Rabbit animation Storyboard
  Song of the South (1946)
Storyboard of Brer Rabbit and the Tar Baby
Brer Rabbit is counting down the seconds till he has to teach the silent Tar Baby a lesson in respect. There is a tremendous sense of action in this delicately shaded storyboard from Song of the South
The actual storyboard measures 6' x 8.25" while the animation paper measures 7.75" x 9".
The storyboard is stapled in each corner to the backing paper. There are pin holes in the black paper toward the corners, which is quite common for this type of artwork. As visible in the image, there is a slight fold in the extreme lower left corner.
 (unframed).

WDACS39
Uncle Remus animation Concept Piece
  Song of the South (1946)
Concept piece of Uncle Remus and Johnny
The fire glows in the warm brick hearth as Uncle Remus spins a yarn for little Johnny.


Uncle Remus artwork is very rare and hard to find.

This piece measures 9.0" x 8.0" with artwork measuring 6.0" x 7.8".
As visible in the web image, there is discoloration and dark markings within the margins and along the edges which can be easily matted out. Masking tape has been applied to the back along the edges. There is evidence of multiple pin holes within the margins by each corner and halfway across the upper and lower edges which can be easily matted out. As pinning up work for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work.
 (unframed).

WDA1097



1948
Little Toot animation Concept Piece
  Melody Time (1948)
Concept piece of Little Toot
The artwork measures 6" x 8".
 (unframed).

WDA908



1949
the Headless Horseman animation Concept Piece
  The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad (1949)
Concept piece of the Headless Horseman and Ichabod Crane
 (unframed).

WDA905



1950
--- animation Concept Piece
  Cinderella (1950)
Concept piece
The image measures 6" x 7".
As visible in the image, there is evidence of pin holes in each corner, which can easily be matted out.
 (unframed).

WDA870
Cinderella animation Concept Piece
  Cinderella (1950)
Concept piece of Cinderella and Prince Charming

This piece measures 6.5" x 7.5".

Set against a gorgeous purple background, the color of royalty sets a surreal atmosphere of romance. The smitten and agile Prince escorts our leading lady in a dance that will forever change the course of her slavish life. An intense white is used for Cinderella’s slipper, drawing your eye to this one important detail.
There is evidence of a pin hole in the extreme corners, all of which can easily be matted out.
The character size is 3.25" h x 4.25" w.
 (unframed).

WDAKM4
Cinderella animation Concept Piece
  Cinderella (1950)
Concept piece of Cinderella and the Fairy Godmother
Dressed in rags, Cinderella folds into her small body into the Fairy Godmother’s skirts and sobs. Don’t worry Cinderella, there is hope in this concept represented by the radiant light enveloping the Godmother. Just ask, and your heart’s desire will be granted.
The artwork measures 7.5" x 8.5".
As visible in the image, there is evidence of pin holes in the corners, which is common for this type of artwork.
 (unframed).

WDACS124
Gus the Mouse animation Concept Piece
  Cinderella (1950)
Concept piece of Gus the Mouse and Jaq
Artwork measures 7" x 9".
 (unframed).

WDA1107



1951
the Mock Turtle animation Concept Piece
  Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Concept piece of the Mock Turtle
The story of the Mock turtle and the Gryphon was originally included in the script for Alice in Wonderland, but ultimately cut from the film in editing. This concept of the Mock Turtle includes elements from Carroll’s original description including the sad grey eyes and flipper hands.
This piece measures 4.0" x 5.13".
There is evidence of pin holes along the upper edge located halfway across and between the center and left corner. As pinning up art for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work. There are very light creases throughout; evidence of handling which is common for this type of work.
The character size is 3.5" h x 2" w.
US$ 750 (unframed).
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WDACS200
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Tweedledee and Tweedledum animation Concept Piece
  Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Concept piece of Tweedledee and Tweedledum
Running through the Tugley Wood are the infamous Tweedledee and Tweedledum. This concept is attributed to Mary Blair and measures approximately 7" x 9".
US$ 11700 (unframed).

WDACS201
Alice animation Concept Piece
  Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Concept piece of Alice and the Mad Hatter
This extra long concept of the Mad Tea Party captures the bewildering excitement of the scene. Alice perches on the edge of her large red wing back as the Mad Hatter, March Hare, and Door Mouse sing the refrain to “A Very Merry Un Birthday!”

The illustration board measures 8.5" x 22.5" while the actual artwork image measures 7.5" x 21.5".
There is discolorations and paint markings within the white margin and extreme edges which can be easily matted out.
 (unframed).

WDACS156
Alice animation Concept Piece
  Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Concept piece of Alice and Tweedledee and Tweedledum
This one of the only concept pieces of the twins we can ever recall seeing!

At a sheltered crossroads in Tulgey Wood, Alice encounters Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. The misfit twins first teach Alice a lesson in logic, then a lesson in manners, and finally they sing the tale of The Walrus and the Carpenter!
The illustration board measures 9" x 20" while the actual artwork image measures 8.0" x 19".
There is evidence of a pin hole within the white margins at each corner which can be easily matted out. As pinning up storyboards for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work. There is evidence of black paint along the left and right extreme edges which can be easily matted out. There is some discoloration and scruff marks to the paper within the white margin which can all be easily matted out.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")
 (unframed).

WDACS157
the Cheshire Cat animation Concept Piece
  Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Concept piece of the Cheshire Cat and Alice
The artwork measures 7.5" x 9" and is attributed to Mary Blair.
 (unframed).

WDA1096
Alice animation Concept Piece
  Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Concept piece of Alice
Alice’s long dark walk to court room is filled with shadows, but there is one ray of light on the witness stand. Too bad there is no hope for Alice to get a fair trial!
The edges and border outside the artwork exhibit minor wear with toning, creases, smudges, and miniscule tears along the outer edge; these can be easily matted out. Tape of 8.5" in length has been affixed in the back of the piece along the upper edge. There is a slightly diagonal crease of 14.0" starting 1.5" below artwork's the upper left corner and running across to hit 2.0" from the left and 0.75" below artwork's upper right corner. Only slightly visible is a tear of 1.5" located 3.0" to the left of the character Alice which has been reinstated with tape on the back of the piece and a 0.5" tear in the second from right spear’s pole located in the front row on the right side. Visible with close examination are some pin holes throughout. As pinning up work for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work.
The size of this piece is 16 Field (13"x16") and the character size is 10.75" h x 14.25" w.
 (unframed).

WDDCS485
Alice animation Concept Piece
  Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Concept piece of Alice and some cards
A fantastic concept piece from Alice in Wonderland where Alice is being roughly escorted away by two card guards! Notice how the tower of the castle bears a close resemblance to a spade!
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")
 (unframed).

WDACS67
Alice animation Concept Piece
  Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Concept piece of Alice
The artwork measures 8" x 14"
 (unframed).

WDA874
Alice animation Concept Piece
  Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Concept piece of Alice and the Cheshire Cat
“One day Alice came to a fork in the road and saw a Cheshire cat in a tree. ‘Which road do I take?’ she asked. ‘Where do you want to go?’ was his response. ‘I don’t know,’ Alice answered. ‘Then,’ said the cat, ‘it doesn’t matter.” ? Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
 (unframed).

WDACS193
Alice animation Concept Piece
  Alice in Wonderland (1951)
Concept piece of Alice
The artwork measures 7.5" x 8".
As is typical for concept art, there are pin holes in each corner, as visible in the image.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13")
 (unframed).

WDA913



1953
Captain Hook animation Concept Piece
  Peter Pan (1953)
Concept piece of Captain Hook
This piece has been trimmed to measure approx10.75" x 7.75".
This gorgeous early concept of Captain Hook show the dramatic change from original concept to final character design.
There are tears; 0.5" to the left edge and 0.2" above the lower left corner, 0.5" to the left edge and 7.25" above the lower left corner and 0.75" to the lower edge and 1.0" to the left of the lower right corner. As visible in the image and not uncommon for studio-handled production material, there is more than normal handling at the upper left corner, along the lower right edge and creases throughout; notably 2.0" and 5.0" running diagonally across the lower left corner.
The character size is 9.25" h x 6" w.
US$ 1250 (unframed).
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WDACS195
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Captain Hook animation Concept Piece
  Peter Pan (1953)
Concept piece of Captain Hook and Tiger Lily
This outstanding watercolor artwork on board is of a Servant bringing Captain Hook dinner as one of his Pirates stands guard -- Hook sits at his dining table with head back savoring the aroma in the air coming from the suckling pig as the captive Tiger Lily sits at the table.
The artwork measures 11'' x 14'' with incredible detail and is signed on bottom right by David Hall.
Signed by: David Hall

US$ 16500 (unframed).

WDACS185
Tinkerbell animation Concept Piece
  Peter Pan (1953)
Concept piece of Tinkerbell and Peter Pan
Artwork measures 7.5" x 7.5".
US$ 5800 (unframed).

WDACS161
Captain Hook animation Concept Piece
  Peter Pan (1953)
Concept piece of Captain Hook
Here we see an amazing example of how Blair can create a character’s entire personality with just a few brush strokes. Hooks mustache and scowl are simply drawn, but they evoke the menacing sense of power that that the captain is known for!
The artwork measures 5.5" x 7.5" while the frame measures 16.5" x 18.5".
Price is reflective of the art only--the piece comes with the frame pictured. There is no change in price due to the frame--it can be de-framed upon request at purchase, but it will not change the price of the piece.
 (framed).

WDACS7
Captain Hook animation Concept Piece
  Peter Pan (1953)
Concept piece of Captain Hook and Tiger Lily
Ominous clouds fill the sky as Hook and Smee kidnap Tiger Lilly and hide her in Skull Rock. Even the beautiful blue seas that typically surround Neverland are dark and dreary to match the captain’s dastardly plan! The jagged rocks and linear clouds are fantastic illustrations of Mary Blair’s use of geometric shapes to emphasize contrasts.
The artwork measures 6.75" x 9" while the frame measures 17.5" x 19".
Price is reflective of the art only--the piece comes with the frame pictured. There is no change in price due to the frame--it can be de-framed upon request at purchase, but it will not change the price of the piece.
 (framed).

WDACS8
Tinkerbell animation Concept Piece
  Peter Pan (1953)
Concept piece of Tinkerbell
The artwork measures 7.75" x 9".
 (unframed).

WDA882
Hook animation Concept Piece
  Peter Pan (1953)
Concept piece of Hook and Smee
The artwork measures 7.5" x 9".
 (unframed).

WDA894
--- animation Concept Piece
  Peter Pan (1953)
Concept piece
Second star to the right and straight on till morning! This is a beautiful brightly colored concept painting of Peter Pan and Captain Hook’s home. Even the Jolly Roger is featured in this lovely piece as it floats through the island sky with the aid of Tink’s magic fairy dust.
Attributed to Mary Blair.
The artwork measures 8" x 10".
As visible in the image, there are pin holes in each corner outside of the image area.
As pinning up concept art for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work.
 (unframed).

WDACS31



1955
Lady animation Concept Piece
  Lady and the Tramp (1955)
Concept piece of Lady and Tramp
Wow! This is an amazing rare piece of concept art for the poster from the original 1955 of Lady and the Tramp. This is the first piece of concept poster art that we have had in the history of the gallery! There is fantastic detail of some of the films most memorable scenes—Lady being harassed by Si and Am, The Bella Notte Scene, and the pound dogs singing “He’s a Tramp”!
The artwork measures 16.5" x 13.5" while the image area measures 12" x 9.5"
Don’t miss your chance to own such a rare piece!
As visible in the image, there is a small fold along the upper left corner, which can easily be matted out.
 (unframed).

WDACS16



1959
the good Fairies animation Concept Piece
  Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Concept piece of the good Fairies
This is a beautiful concept that not only plays with the light of the window illuminating the cold, dark stair case of the castle, but also shows the three Fairies at the top of the stairs (with their shadows) and shows them toward the bottom of the stairs as well. The sweeping composition is simply marvelous with detail.
The artwork measures 8.75" x 11.25".
There is the slightest evidence of folding along the lower left and right corners, which is only visible upon close examination.
 (unframed).

WDA872
--- animation Master Background
  Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Master background
The artwork measures 11" x 29".
 (unframed).

WDA901
a man animation Storyboard
  Sleeping Beauty (1959)
Storyboard of a man
This is a marvelous storyboard drawing of the village of surrounding Princess Aurora’s castle. Storyboards like this help to flesh out a the backgrounds of films and bring the story to life!
We believe this drawing to be from the early 1950s and is attributed to Kay Nielsen.
The piece measures 8" x 9". The actual border for artwork measures 6' x 8".
There is a clear overlay cel that accompanies piece. There is evidence of a staple hole and multiple pin holes at each corner which can be easily matted out. As pinning up storyboards for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work. There is a small tear of 0.25" to the lower edge and 1.5" to the left of the lower right corner which can be easily matted out.
 (unframed).

WDDCS358



1963
Wart animation Concept Piece
  The Sword in the Stone (1963)
Concept piece of Wart
This dramatic background also has an overlay cel. The size of the piece is 12 1/2" x 15 1/2". The piece has some tape which has been affixed to the backing and 2 small pieces of tape approx 1 1/2" wide at the bottom of the piece. All is easily matted out.
Signed by: Walt Peregoy

The character size is 0.5" h x 1.5" w.
 (unframed).

WDAJBB47



1967
NA animation Concept Piece
  The Jungle Book (1967)
Concept piece
Though sparse in detail, this Peregoy concept creates a dense full feeling
The actual artwork measures 4.5" x 30.0" and is affixed to a board that measures 6.5" x 30.0".
Signed by: Walt Peregoy

The size of this piece is Pan
US$ 2900 (unframed).
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WDAJBB41
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NA animation Concept Piece
  The Jungle Book (1967)
Concept piece
Filtered light passes through eyes-shaped openings in the jungle canopy in this Peregoy concept from the Jungle Book.
The actual artwork measures 6.25" x 30.0" and is affixed to a board that measures 11.75" x 32.5".
Signed by: Walt Peregoy

The size of this piece is Pan
US$ 3200 (unframed).
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WDAJBB26
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Mowgli animation Concept Piece
  The Jungle Book (1967)
Concept piece of Mowgli
The size of this piece is Pan
 (unframed).

WDAJBB1
NA animation Concept Piece
  The Jungle Book (1967)
Concept piece
The size of this piece is 16 Field (13"x16")
 (unframed).

WDAJBB2
Shere Khan animation Concept Piece
  The Jungle Book (1967)
Concept piece of Shere Khan and Colonel Hathi
Attributed to Ken Anderson.
Show signs of slight handling.
The size of this piece is 16 Field (13"x16")
 (unframed).

WDDCS204



1973
Prince John animation Storyboard
  Robin Hood (1973)
Storyboard of Prince John
Attributed to Ken Anderson. This piece measures 4.5" x 6.0".
There is evidence of pin holes at each corner and several pin holes halfway across the upper edge and one halfway across the lower edge. As pinning up storyboards for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work. As visible in the web image, there is a 0.5" x 0.5" discoloration and tape residue at each corner with a faint 0.25" x 0.25" area of discoloration 1.0" to the left of the character's head.
US$ 695 (unframed).
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WDACS168
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Prince John animation Storyboard
  Robin Hood (1973)
Storyboard of Prince John and Sir Hiss
Attributed to Ken Anderson. This piece measures 4.5" x 6.0".
There is evidence of several pin holes at each corner, halfway across the upper edge and throughout the piece which are visible upon close examination. As pinning up storyboards for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work.
 (unframed).

WDACS166
Prince John animation Storyboard
  Robin Hood (1973)
Storyboard of Prince John and Robin Hood as a fortune teller
Dressed as a wandering gypsy, Robin Hood swindles Prince John as she/he divines his future from Big John’s crystal ball. This beautifully colored concept from Disney’s 1973 hit is a fantastic sample of Ken Anderson’s fine preproduction work.
Attributed to Ken Anderson. This piece measures 4.5" x 6.0".
There is evidence of several pin holes halfway across the upper edge and one each at the upper left, lower left and lower right corners. As pinning up storyboards for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work. There is a miniscule tear of 0.125" at the upper right corner.
 (unframed).

WDACS167
Prince John animation Storyboard
  Robin Hood (1973)
Storyboard of Prince John and Sir Hiss
The artwork measures 5.5" x 7".
 (unframed).

WDD1038
Robin Hood animation Concept Piece
  Robin Hood (1973)
Concept piece of Robin Hood
Attributed to Ken Anderson.
The artwork measures 4.5" x 6".
There are pin holes in each corner.
The character size is 3.5" h x 1" w.
 (unframed).

WDACS57
Robin Hood animation Concept Piece
  Robin Hood (1973)
Concept piece of Robin Hood and Skippy
Attributed to Ken Anderson.
The artwork measures 4.5" x 6".
There are pin holes in each corner.
The character size is 4" h x 5.5" w.
 (unframed).

WDACS58
Sir Hiss animation Concept Piece
  Robin Hood (1973)
Concept piece of Sir Hiss
Attributed to Ken Anderson.
The artwork measures 4.5" x 6".
There are pin holes in each corner.
The character size is 4" h x 4.5" w.
 (unframed).

WDACS59



1977
Elliott animation Concept Piece
  Pete's Dragon (1977)
Concept piece of Elliott and Pete
This is the only concept piece from this film we have ever had! The frame measures 15" x 17" while the aperture measures 5" x 7.5".
As is typical for this type of artwork, there are pin holes in the corners as well as the upper center along the edge.
 (framed).

WDACS102



1986
--- animation Concept Piece
  The Great Mouse Detective (1986)
Concept piece
The piece measures 7.25" x 10.25". The actual artwork measures 7.0" x 9.5".
Signed by Disney artist Michael Peraza.
The black border is a paper matte and the artwork has been affixed to this with clear tape at the back. There is evidence of multiple pin holes to the black "matte" located at each corner and halfway across the upper edge.
 (unframed).

WDACS170



1991
the Beast animation Concept Piece
  Beauty and the Beast (1991)
Concept piece of the Beast
The framed piece measures 14.75" x 18.0" with the aperture measuring 6.0" x 9.0".
Beast hangs his head in deep sadness as the petals on the enchanted rose begin to fall. He knows that his days left to find true love and his chances of becoming a man again are numbered. This is an amazingly detailed concept painting of one of Disney’s more recent classics, and it is an excellent way to add production art from the digitally animated films to your collection.
 (framed).

WDACS176



1994
NA animation Concept Piece
  The Lion King (1994)
Concept piece
The artwork measures 9" x 12.125".
From the Estate of Artist and Animator Robert Alan Smith.
This early production watercolor is an atmospheric concept painting.
There is evidence of two pin holes at the upper corners. As pinning up work for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work.
US$ 295 (unframed).
Add this piece to your collection for only US$59 a month.

WDACS143
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NA animation Concept Piece
  The Lion King (1994)
Concept piece
The artwork measures 9" x 12.125".
From the Estate of Artist and Animator Robert Alan Smith.
This early production watercolor is an atmospheric concept painting.
There is evidence of pin holes; one at each upper corner and two along the upper edge and 5.25" from the upper left corner. As pinning up work for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work.
 (unframed).

WDACS142
Scar animation Concept Piece
  The Lion King (1994)
Concept piece of Scar and Simba
Scar tolerates his nephew’s precocious questions and cunningly encourages Simba to go explore the Elephant Graveyard. This exciting concept is amazingly similar to the image that appears in the film!
This piece measures 4.5" x 8".
The character size is 3.5" h x 6.25" w.
 (unframed).

WDACS22
NA animation Concept Piece
  The Lion King (1994)
Concept piece
The artwork measures 9" x 12.125".
From the Estate of Artist and Animator Robert Alan Smith.
This early production watercolor is an atmospheric concept painting.
 (unframed).

WDACS141
a lion animation Concept Piece
  The Lion King (1994)
Concept piece of a lion
From the Estate of Artist and Animator Robert Alan Smith.
There is a horizontal fold across the piece 1" below the upper edge and surface paper loss of 0.5" x 3.5" at the lower edge and 2.5" to the right of the lower left corner. These can all be easily matted out. There is evidence of pin holes; one at each lower corner and one by the left and right edges and 1.5" below the upper corners which can be easily matted out. As pinning up work for evaluation was often part of the creative process, this is fairly common for this type of work.
The size of this piece is 12 Field (11"x13") and the character size is 5.5" h x 10.25" w.
 (unframed).

WDACS144



1997
--- animation Color Key
  Hercules (1997)
Color key
These beautifully rendered pieces depict Phil's stadium and is painted on matteboard
This piece measures 5"x11.75" while the images measure 1.5"x3.75" and 1.5"x6"
US$ 900 (unframed).
Add this piece to your collection for only US$180 a month.

WDARW1
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