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Donald Duck's Selfie inspired by Van Gogh's "The Starry Night" (1889) - Fine Art Giclée - Tony Fernandez Signed - Canvas - First edition

Donald Duck's Selfie inspired by Van Gogh's "The Starry Night" (1889) - Fine Art Giclée - Tony Fernandez Signed - Canvas - First edition

• Ready to be framed
• Hand signed by artist
• Includes CoA

Excellent giclée of DONALD DUCK taken a selfie with a hand-held camera phone in the Vincent van Gogh's 1889 painting "The Starry Night".

This magnificent piece of art is hand signed by the great Disney artist Tony Fernandez, the creator of the original artwork.

--•- Fine art giclée on canvas format 43 x 32 cm -•-

This piece of art was created by Spanish artist Tony Fernandez, who has been drawing for more than 30 years for Disney Studios around the world and is one of the best and most acclaimed living Disney artists based on Europe.

The original was created as part of the "Inspired By Collection”, mostly based on Disney characters, with some Warner Bros. and Peanuts characters completing it. An ongoing collection of more than 500 works of art inspired by beloved masterpieces by Dalí, Miró, Pollock, Degas, Miller, Warhol, Van Gogh, Hopper, Picasso, etc., music stars like Michael Jackson, David Bowie or The Beatles and iconic figures such as Muhammad Ali, which has been exhibited in several cities worldwide.

This amazing artwork comes directly through the artist.

This unique piece is hand signed by Tony Fernandez and includes the Certificate of Authenticity.

NOTE: If you are on vacation we can put your order On Hold and ship it at your request.

Object Giclée
No. of items 1
Series Donald Duck's Selfie inspired by Van Gogh's "The Starry Night" (1889)
Title Fine Art Giclée - Tony Fernandez Signed - Canvas
Condition Mint
Edition First edition
Extras Certificate, Signed
Artist Tony Fernandez
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