Beauty and the Beast Finding Love – Limited Edition Print
The village experiences the Spring, while Beast, Belle, and company play in the cold winter snow – illustrating that time and patience will bring about change. The castle in this scene stands out in grand luster. It is the dark, dreary, and dreaded location where the miraculous transformation takes place and two unlikely people find love that truly transforms.
The Standard Numbered Canvas is individually hand-highlighted and numbered with the designation of S/N in the numbering process.
The Gallery Proof Canvas is individually hand-highlighted and can be distinguished by the unique gold foil Remarque stamped onto the image. Gallery Proofs are designated with letters G/P during the numbering process.
The Artist Proof Canvas is issued in a small edition. Artist Proofs are individually hand-highlighted and are designated with the letters A/P during the numbering process.
Disney | Dowdle Limited Edition Art is not eligible for promotional discounts.
Get ready for some fun in the sun because Coney Island, aka “America’s Playground” is ready for you! Once a neglected park after WWII, it was revitalized with the opening of the MCU Park and several rides in the 2010’s and in 2001 became both an amusement park and historical attraction. Today, millions flock here to sightsee popular attractions like the Mermaid Parade, the famous boardwalk, and Nathan’s hot dogs! Go on! Explore Coney Island and it’s treasures to your heart’s content!
The rhythmic stomping of the Queen’s Guard in front of Buckingham Palace can only mean two things. The Changing of the Guard is happening or the Queen herself is arriving home. Buckingham Palace is located in Westminster City, the heart of London, and serves as the official residence and administrative headquarters for the monarch of the United Kingdom. It is used as a place for royal hospitality, important state occasions and a focal point for the British people at times of national rejoicing and mourning. Dive into Buckingham Palace’s elegant history in this folk art puzzle and maybe you’ll catch a glimpse of the Queen!
Just outside of the Great Basin Desert lies an oasis encircled by stunning red rocks known as St. George. Sure to quench any traveler’s thirst for adventure with local hikes like “Sugarloaf”and the majestic Zion National Park, St. George’s adventurous spirit will unlock your inner explorer. Once you’ve completed your adventures, roll down your windows and smell the freshly baked goods from Brick Oven, Bear Paw and Thomas Judd Store, which I might add, brings out your inner child with candy you loved as a kid. Of course you cannot overlook the St. George Temple, a historic landmark that is a central identity to this city.
Hissing to a stop at the station is one of histories and possibly your favorite invention, the steam engine! Invented between 1763 and 1775 by Scottish inventor James Watt, this glorious invention sparked a new era for people to travel faster and in a more luxurious way. As time went on, the train’s function and practicality grew, from steam, to electric, to diesel, and even magnetic, creating an undeniable hope in building a better future. Come board the train and see how trains have influenced our history as you build this folk art puzzle!
Welcome to the sunny city of Sun Valley, Idaho, originally established by Count Felix Schaffgotsc in 1936. He had been on a mission to find the perfect untapped area in which to build a ski resort the likes of which no one had ever seen. Then in 1935, he overheard some locals talking about a small mining town in Idaho called Ketchum and he thought that “Ketchum” had a ring to it. Tucked into the western reaches of the United States, he described Ketchum holding “more delightful features than any place [he had] ever seen in Switzerland, Austria or the U.S. for a winter resort.”Within eight months, it was an instant success and to this day stands as a year- round resort, where world-renowned skiers come and develop their talents along with lodging for celebrities and everyone else who wants a winter resort with almost year-round sun!