Did you know that Walt Disney had a private apartment above the firehouse in Disneyland? As a prize at an Annual Passholder Event in 1995, we won dinner in that apartment which has been preserved since Walt's passing in 1966. Click on the picture below to read all about that night, and see all of the pictures we took.
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This piece is a quality reproduction of concept art by Disney Legend Marc Davis for Frontierland in Disneyland created before the park opened in 1955. Identical copies have hung on the walls of the Disneyland Hotel for the past several decades. According to the Cast Member at the Official Disneyana Convention where we purchased it, the Hotel made many copies of Mr. Davis' artwork so that when the hung copies faded with time they could be easily replaced. But storing them became a problem, so they sold some of the excess at the Disneyana Convention. This one is 9x12" in a 12x16" mat and includes a reproduction of Disney Legend Marc Davis' distinctive signature.
Marc Davis, who sadly passed away in January, 2000, was one of the original animators dubbed "Disney's Nine Old Men" and he led the transition of the Studio artists from the cartoons of the early 1930's to the fine art of Snow White and beyond. He was also one of the original Imagineers and his artwork was a foundation for Disneyland. His best-known work is probably his designs for Pirates of the Caribbean and the Stretching Portraits in the Haunted Mansion.
This page was last updated on December 12, 2014