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

Meet The Influential Female Disney Artist You've Never Heard Of

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".

vintagegal: “ Concept Painting Concept art by Mary Blair for Disney’s Peter Pan ”


Mary Blair Exhibit Announced for Spring 2014 in San Francisco

castle - I can't even begin to say how much I love this.

So love this show, the design (especially the house and the backgrounds) are fantastic. Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends concept art by Carol Design

mary blaire | tiny little fingers: Mary Blair Artwork

Flora-Infused Female Paintings

This is Brittney Lee.she is an animator and illustrator for Disney.i kinda think you will be obsessed with her. A Shimmery paper waterfall backdrops a shy mermaid.

Mary Blair´s Cinderella. Essa ilustração era do meu livro de história da Cinderela.

Happy Birthday to Walt Disney artist extraordinaire, MARY BLAIR! Above is a concept piece by Mary Blair for the Walt Disney classic, C.

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" - Opaque watercolor on paper

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Animation Books To Watch For in 2014

Links to "Animation Books To Watch For in but I'm pinning for the beautiful vintage inspired Cinderella artwork.

I Can Fly by my vintage book collection (in blog form), illustarted by Mary Blair

Palette inspiration: the art of Mary Blair

Mary Blair Golden book illustrations

Mary Blair Adds a Golden Touch to 1950s Children Books