DISNEY Beauty and the Beast Limited edition CEL. " Ballroom Dancing " ONLY ONE hand signed by both Voice Artist, with Beckett Authentication. This is a limited edition of 500 hand-painted characters cels from Walt Disney Pictures' Academy Award-winning animated feature Beauty and the Beast (1991).
It is one of a series of selected limited-edition, hand-painted reproductions of original artwork from Disney animated films. BONUS-BONUS-BONUS : It's a red alert deal here, folks.This is a HAND PAINTED Limited Edition, that has been Hand signed by Paige O'Hara and Robby Benson. If you're a fan of this movie then this CEL is a MUST HAVE. Comes with a Letter of Authenticity from Beckett Authentication. Published by Disney Art Editions in 1993, the edition consists of a general edition of 500, numbered 1/500 to 500/500, 50 publisher's proofs, numbered PP 1/50 to PP 50/50, and 25 hors de commerce. There are no signed cels. This recreated cel set-up, "Ballroom Dancing, " is from Sequence 18, Scene 20 of. Belle and Beast enjoy a romantic dance around the ballroom as Mrs. Potts, off stage, sings the title song. No production cels were created in the making of Beauty and the Beast. Thus, Disney artists hand recreated the artwork from this film using traditional animation techniques. Original animation drawings were transferred to acetate "cels" by a special six-step xerographic process.
The cels were also enhanced with hand-inked lines and airbrushing effects. The Disney artist then hand-painted each of the cels in the edition with Disney-approved acrylic colors. The background for this cel is a lithographic reproduction of the three-dimensional computer-generated ballroom background created by Walt Disney Feature Animation artists during the production of the film. The resulting artwork has been painted on a premium-quality paper by Color Service, inc.
The original animation drawings are maintained the Disney Animation Research Library. Conforming to the practice of fine-art printing, the film used to recreate the background was destroyed when the edition was completed. BIO : Paige O'Hara born in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida is an American Broadway singer and actor.
She is most notable for providing the singing and speaking voice of Belle in Disney's Beauty and the Beast, a role she has reprized for all subsequent spin-offs and sequels of the film, including the Square Enix/Disney Kingdom Hearts video game series. She's currently at the Las Vegas Hilton playing the soap actress in the huge hit Menopause The Musical. Ironically, I will be making a cameo appearance in a Walt Disney movie as a soap actress. The movie is called "Enchanted" and stars Susan Sarandon. As Disney's animated heroine, Belle, in the critically acclaimed, Oscar-winning, animated film Beauty and the Beast, Paige O'Hara added a Disney classic to a career that has spanned Broadway, opera and concert stages as well as recordings.In fact Paige has been nominated for the prestigious Annie Award for her role in Belle's Magical World. The unprecedented success of Beauty and the Beast, nominated for six Academy Awards including "Best Picture", has earned her a world-wide legion of fans both young and old. Still in the recording world, Ms. O'Hara saw her debut solo recording released just a few years ago in Europe and the U. Entitled Loving You: Paige O'Hara Sings Jerry Herman the CD features such classic Herman tunes as "La Cage Aux Folles", "Loving You" from the film Mame (a duet with husband Michael Piontek) and "It Only Takes A Moment" from Hello Dolly. Paige's latest solo recording, a collection of lullabies entitled Dream With Me includes her singing the title song from "Beauty and the Beast" for the first time, and a duet of "When You Wish Upon A Star" with Jodi Benson best know as Ariel in The Little Mermaid.
BIO : Robby Benson (born January 21, 1956), known by the stage name Robby Benson, is an American actor, director, singer and educator. He is known as the voice of Beast in the Disney animated film Beauty and the Beast and its numerous sequels and spin-offs, and directed several episodes of the sitcom Friends. Benson made his film debut with an uncredited role in Wait Until Dark (1967) as the Boy Tossing Ball and his Broadway debut in The Rothschilds (1970).
Benson had an early role on the daytime soap Search for Tomorrow (1971-72). As a film actor, Benson was well known for teenage roles in coming-of-age films, such as 1972's Jory, 1973's Jeremy, and as Billy Joe McAllister in 1976's Ode to Billy Joe. In 1975, Benson appeared in Death Be Not Proud and Lucky Lady. That year, he also screen tested for the role of Luke Skywalker in "Star Wars", a role which eventually went to Mark Hamill.
In 1977, Benson starred in One on One (which he co-wrote with his father) and the TV movie The Death of Richie. In 1978, he co-starred in The End and also Ice Castles, co-starring Lynn Holly Johnson, who was a U. Benson, who had never ice skated before, learned to skate in order to film the movie, which had numerous skating scenes, including ice hockey. In 1980, Benson starred opposite Linda Grovenor in the Orion film, Die Laughing. The same year, Benson also starred in the movie Tribute opposite Jack Lemmon.In 1981, he costarred in the film The Chosen, based on the book of the same name by Chaim Potok. The New York Times gave the film a mixed review, but noted that Benson's character was full of a gentle inquisitiveness that cannot help but win the audience's sympathy. Benson played Olympic 10,000-meter gold medalist Billy Mills in the 1983 film Running Brave. In 1991, he starred as the voice of Beast in the acclaimed animated Disney film Beauty and the Beast.
Later in the 1990s he voiced lead character J. Marsh on the acclaimed sci-fi cartoon series Exosquad. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Animation Art & Merchandise\Animation Art". The seller is "toon-city" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.