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    The Art of Disney Storybooks "Sleeping Beauty" Painting from The Brimar Treasure Chest Original Art (Walt Disney, 1991). Created for The Brimar Treasure Chest (a collection of story books) released in 1991, this work features the three Faeries Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather as they enchant the baby Princess Aurora. Also featured are the evil-yet-beautiful Maleficent, her raven, and an inset with King Stefan, King Hubert, and the Queen Mother. The enchanting and stunning gouache over graphite painting is produced edge-to-edge on 24.5" x 19.5" Bristol board. There are touches of production tape in the side margins. Highly detailed, the vivid colors jump off the page at you. In Excellent condition. Comes with a COA.

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