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    Eric Robison The Hunchback of Notre Dame Painting (Walt Disney, 1996). Eric Robson is one of the Disney theme parks most well-known artists, globally. He was commissioned to do 100 original Mickey Mouse paintings for Walt Disney's 100th birthday as well as special exhibits for Disneyland's 50th birthday and a special Donald Duck exhibit that featured 50 unique paintings as well. This gorgeous painting of Esmeralda (voiced by Demi Moore) and her pet goat Djali (voiced by the great voice over actor Frank Welker) was rendered in mixed media, and measures of 38" x 18". Eric Robison is said to paint with brush, sticks, and his fingers to get his unique style. This painting was sold at the park during the premier of The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Magnificently framed and signed by the artist. Fine condition.

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    December, 2015
    13th-14th Sunday-Monday
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