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Beauty and the Beast Fall In
Love is available in the following sizes:
12 x 18 / 18 x 27 /24 x 36 / 28 x 42 / 40 x 60
"Of all the Disney love stories, Beauty and the Beast is perhaps the most
poignant. Beast's true
identity is a charming prince who is discovering love in the form of the
beautiful Belle. In my painting, I memorialize that magic moment when they
first begin to discover
their love for each
other. Many of the characters from the movie are present, including Belle's
father, Maurice - an eccentric inventor who soars overhead in his homemade
flyying machine. In the
distance, we see
the village that is a central setting for many of the film's most important
moments. At lower left,
we see the evil Gaston leading his parade of angry townspeople in search of
the Beast. As in the
movie, the wonderful characters of Cogsworth, Mrs. Potts, and of course,
prominently in the foreground.
As with every piece in my Disney Dreams Collection, I attempted to
portray a panorama of the
entire movie, rather than an individual scene. My desire is that the
viewer's eye would wander
around the painting making discoveries in every corner of the image. A
tradition in my Disney
Dreams Collection is hiding characters from earlier paintings in the current
piece and Beauty
and the Beast Falling in Love is no exception. See if you can #nd Snow
White, Tinker Bell, the
mice from Cinderella, Pinocchio, and if you look carefully you'll even see
creeping around the corner of some foliage in the distance below the Castle.
Beauty and the
Beast Falling in Love represents, in my mind, my highest accomplishment so
far in the Disney Dreams Collection. It is filled with detail…all encompassing over 600 hours
of studio time.
The crowning achievement and the central discovery in the image is the
sweeping sense of
romance that is at the core of the Beauty and the Beast fairy tale. Here
truly is unconditional love
in its purest form. I hope you sense that love every time you look upon
Beauty and the Beast
Falling in Love."
- Thomas Kinkade
Contact your Art of the South art consultant to reserve yours today. More
information will be posted as we receive it. Also, whenever we receive
the "official" high quality image, we will post it here. So keep
checking back. The image you see above was taken just as a snapshot
when it was unveiled to the dealers at the owners convention held recently
Beauty and the Beast is the 6th release in the
Disney Dreams Collection. Although not part of
Thomas Kinkade's Disney Dreams Collection,
you may also be interested in viewing
A New Day at Cinderella Castle
Disneyland 50th. Anniversary.
Beauty and the Beast Falling in Love, is the sixth image in the
Disney Dreams Collection.
- As with the other images in the Disney Dreams Collection, om created
a narrative panorama with Beauty and the Beast Falling in Love to
encompass the entire movie in one dramatic scene.
- Characters from many of the past Disney Dreams Collection images are
hidden in this latest creation. Can you find the hidden characters?
- Thom has also hidden 7 hearts in the image and encourages you to
- Thom used his creativity to dream up a flying machine that he
imagined as being an invention of Belle's father Maurice.
- Thom spent over 600 hours in the studio to create the work of art we
know as Beauty and the Beast Falling in Love.
- Beauty and the Beast is considered one of Disney's greatest animated
films and is the thirtieth film in the Walt Disney Animated Classics
- Walt Disney's Beauty and the Beast was the first animated film to be
nominated for an Academy Award for Best Picture.
- The Beauty and the Beast animated film was created with a blend of
both traditional and computer animation.