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    The Little Mermaid "Ariel's Dolphin Ride" Limited Edition Bronze by Wyland (Walt Disney/Wyland, 1992). World renowned marine life artist Wyland, was invited to be one of the few guest artists at the very first Disneyana Convention held at Walt Disney World in 1992. At the convention he presented a limited edition Fine Art print with a matching bronze sculpture titled "Ariel's Dolphin Ride". The bronze which combined his famous undersea imagery with Disney's Ariel was limited to an edition of only 250. This was Wyland's first joint venture with Disney and he would continue to produce a series of paintings and bronze statues all featuring The Little Mermaid. This first effort is highly sought after by both Wyland and Disney collectors. The piece measures approximately 12" x 12" and the base is hand-signed by the artist as is the Certificate of Authenticity. Condition is Very Good.

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