- I’d like to continue showing some of the Mary Blair work pictured in the Japanese book, The Colors of Mary Blair.
The work is sensational, of course, but they aren’t very well identified (in English). Hence I’ve chosen images almost at random without really knowing what projects they’re designed to illustrate. When I do have information, I’m passing it along. I suspect others of you may be able to identify it better that I. (I certainly don’t consider myself an authority on Mary Blair.) If so, please feel free to leave comments.
Mary Blair at Disney.
These first 5 images are from Penelope, a feature about a
time-travelling girl that was never produced.
The following group come from various sources.
Some are from Penelope, although others look like they were
done on the South American trip, with the bold colors.
The following group of six are labelled: “Upsidedownia.”
Here are some watercolors Lee Blair did for Fantasia:
And a couple for what looks like Pinocchio.