Mary Blair - ca. 1951 Concept art for Disney's "Peter Pan" (1953) - Opaque watercolor on paper

Mary Blair - ca. 1951 Concept art for Disney's "Peter Pan" (1953) - Opaque watercolor on paper

Mary Blair, Disney artist. Check out my blog ramblings an arty chat here www.fishinkblog.w... and my stationery here www.fishink.co.uk , illustration here www.fishink.etsy.com and here http://www.fishink.carbonmade.com/projects/4182518#1 Happy Pinning ! :)

Mary Blair, Disney artist. Check out my blog ramblings an arty chat here www.fishinkblog.w... and my stationery here www.fishink.co.uk , illustration here www.fishink.etsy.com and here http://www.fishink.carbonmade.com/projects/4182518#1 Happy Pinning ! :)

Primary forms combine to make more complex forms - easy fabrication and (maybe) resueability). mary blair- Small World

Primary forms combine to make more complex forms - easy fabrication and (maybe) resueability). mary blair- Small World

Mary Blair

Mary Blair

Mary Blair Cinderella Concept Painting (Walt Disney, 1950).... | Lot #95040 | Heritage Auctions

Mary Blair Cinderella Concept Painting (Walt Disney, 1950).... | Lot #95040 | Heritage Auctions

If I had a little girl, i would have mary blaire theme in bedroom!  mary blaire | tiny little fingers: Mary Blair Artwork

If I had a little girl, i would have mary blaire theme in bedroom! mary blaire | tiny little fingers: Mary Blair Artwork

Mary Blair #PeterPan Ship Concept Painting (Walt Disney, 1955). One can almost hear #PeterPan saying, "Off we gooooo...!" when admiring this lovely little tempera and watercolor on illustration board concept painting by Mary Blair. It's an outstanding image of Peter Pan sailing away in #CaptainHook's ship in the film's finale, with an approximate size of 6" x 6.5".

Mary Blair #PeterPan Ship Concept Painting (Walt Disney, 1955). One can almost hear #PeterPan saying, "Off we gooooo...!" when admiring this lovely little tempera and watercolor on illustration board concept painting by Mary Blair. It's an outstanding image of Peter Pan sailing away in #CaptainHook's ship in the film's finale, with an approximate size of 6" x 6.5".

Mary Blair portrait, ca. 1941; Walt Disney Family Foundation, Gift of Jeanne Chamberlain and Maggie Richardson

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Mary Blair portrait, ca. 1941; Walt Disney Family Foundation, Gift of Jeanne Chamberlain and Maggie Richardson

Mary Blair. From the storyboards of Cinderella, also posthumously published in Walt Disney's Cinderella by Cynthia Rylant.

Mary Blair. From the storyboards of Cinderella, also posthumously published in Walt Disney's Cinderella by Cynthia Rylant.

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