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Toby Bluth Framed LE Tinker Bell Giclee Cute As A Button Deluxe w/Two Autographs

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$595.00
SKU: 204-5

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This special Signature Series edition of "Cute As A Button" is a limited edition, artist proof, giclee print, created by Eclipse Workshop in 2008, on hand-deckled, acid-free watercolor paper to faithfully reproduce the wonderful original painting by Toby Bluth. This particular piece came from Margaret Kerry's personal collection. Margaret was the original Disney reference model for Tinker Bell in the 1953 classic film, Peter Pan.

Both Toby and Margaret Kerry have signed it. This edition consists of a total of 258 prints. The general edition has 195 prints. This is an artist proof of which only 20 were made and this one is #14. The print itself measures approximately 14 1/2" x 17 1/4." It has been floated on a mat board underneath and then double-matted with a gold inner mat and an off-white outer mat and then framed in a lovely gold frame to an overall size of 22 1/4" x 25 1/4". It is adorable! Of course, it will come with a Certificate of Authenticity from TinkerBellTalks.com, as well as a Certificate of Authenticity from Collectors Editions who produced the piece for Toby.

**Also, we are offering free shipping in the U.S. as well as an accompanying autographed card or 8" x 10" Tinker Bell photo, whichever you choose, autographed by Margaret Kerry, the original Disney reference model for Tinker Bell in the 1953 classic film, Peter Pan.

About the artist: Creating the moment that you think you saw... is how Toby Bluth describes his approach in conceiving each one of his watercolor masterpieces.  Believing that how one remembers a film is often different from the actual film itself. Toby paints what he perceives as the collective memory of a film experience and taps into the emotional essence of the story.

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