September 18


Wizard Battle-Canvas Print-Concept Art

By Basil

September 18, 2019

Wizard Battle Concept Art by Glenn Schmitz, Numbered Edition Canvas Print from The Allakazam Archives

Original art from the Allakazam Archives Collection:

The creative team that brought you the Magic Land of Allakazam was also working on many other "spin-off" projects.  This proposal involved a Wizard, puppets, a young hero, and a magical castle.  This "Wizard Battle" museum-quality canvas print (22"W x18"W) is one of the most energetic, high action scenes that (former Disney artist) Glenn  Schmitz created as a beautiful Water-Color rendering. Glenn honed his skills during his work at Disney, as you can see in the style of this piece.  Notice the full magic illusion occupying the left side of the frame.  Those of you that know the method will enjoy the way they represented the secret to operating the little Princess Puppet.

This beautiful, Numbered Edition, Gallery Wrapped, Canvas Print represents our dedication to the true color and vibrance that Glenn intended.  It's not "storyboard" art. It has a much higher degree of finish.   This 22"wide x 18" tall rendering was intended to be a feature piece in the presentation of this new creative concept proposal.  It's never been released to the public.  That's why this is a wonderful opportunity to amaze your friends and family with the story of how rare and special the Wizard Battle piece is!

There's a second incredible piece of water-color art that is the companion piece in this story's presentation.  (See collection listing)  It's of the exterior of the Wizard's Castle.  I have not yet found the description of the full story.  I hope I will find it soon.  This looks like a really fun show.   

Either as a stand-alone piece or side by side with Wizard Castle-Concept Art, this is an excellent addition to a magical Gallery!  So far, the Wizard Castle is only other water-color rendering from the same proposal.   This is a great way to bring a little Magic from Allakazam into your home!   And now you can have your own Allakazam Archives Canvas Gallery Wrap that may last much longer than the original!   

Allakazam Archives for the Preservation of the Magic Land of Allakazam

Allakazam Archives for the Preservation of the Magic Land of Allakazam

Image Notes:

Allakazam Archives Gallery Wraps are perfect for any space. Each wrap is crafted using our premium canvas reproduction techniques and hand wrapped around a deep, hardwood stretcher bar. Hung as an ensemble or by itself, this frameless presentation gives you a versatile way to display art in your home.


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    Premium museum-quality canvas substrate
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    Hand mounted on wooden stretcher bars
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    Long-life pigment inks that outperform conventional press inks
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    Edition number is applied to each Limited Edition Canvas
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    Individually numbered “Certificate of Authenticity,” matched to the art piece
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    Made in the USA

Numbered Edition gallery wrapped canvas:

The Allakazam Archives Collection, Numbered Edition Canvases, combine old world craftsmanship with the finest materials and latest production technologies to create extraordinary artwork, for you. Using museum-quality canvas, our reproduction process captures not only the color and mood of the enchanting original art, but the actual brushwork as well. Every piece is made with the strictest quality control, giving your Allakazam Archive Treasure a look almost identical to the artist’s on-easel original. Vibrant colors, rich textures and color tones accurate to the original, are the hallmarks of your finished piece.

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Additional Information:


Gallery Wrap, Hand Mounted on Wood Stretcher Bars


22” Wide x 18” High x 1.5” Deep


Glenn Schmitz, Circa 1961


Authentic Museum Quality Canvas


Concept Art for an Allakazam Spin-off Show Proposal


Concept Art, Allakazam, Show Proposal


Gallery Wrapped Canvas

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