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    Eyvind Earle Sleeping Beauty Prince Phillip Background Color Key/Concept Painting (Walt Disney, 1959). "Now you shall deal with me, oh Prince and all the powers in hell!" says Maleficent, right before she turns herself into a fire-breathing dragon to kill the prince. This is an outstanding original background color key/concept painting of Prince Phillip at King Stephan's Castle. He has the Sword of Virtue and Shield of Truth that will enable him to defeat the dragon. Art is painted in gouache on board measuring 11" x 5". Signed in the bottom right corner by Eyvind Earle (1916 - 2000). The artwork is in a frame of 17.5" x 11.5". Any and all Eyvind Earle artwork with the castle is highly sought after. Minor handling and edge wear, pinholes in corners. Very Good condition.

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    June, 2018
    16th-17th Saturday-Sunday
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