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Limited edition serigraph print on paper by listed artist, Salvador Dali (FR, SP, 1904 - 1989) for Walt Disney's short animated film 'Destino'. Titled "Two Hundred and Seventy-Six" and numbered 280/475, lower right. Art measures 14" h x 18" w mounted in a frame measuring 28" x 32". 

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On January 14, 1946, Salvador Dalí signed a contract with Walt Disney to make a short animated film entitled Destino. To work on the project, the painter installed himself in the Disney Studios in Burbank, California, where he set about drafting the screenplay and creating a series of drawings and oil paintings. The short, intended as part of a package film, was to have a running time of between 6 and 8 minutes, but only 15 seconds were made and it was not until 2003 that Disney resumed and completed the project on the basis of Dalí's first ideas and original sketches.