GALLERY: 66

Peter and Harrison Ellenshaw




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66-1
Fall in The 100 Acre Wood


 

66-2
The Joy of Autumn Leaves
$850.00

 

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Winter in The 100 Acre Wood










66-4
Cinderella Castle


 

66-5
Sleeping Beauty Castle


 

66-6
Beauty and the Beast Castle










66-7
The Glass Castle
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66-8
Summer in The 100 Acre Wood


 

66-9
Off To Home We Go
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66-10
Pooh Sticks
$850.00

 

66-11
Vulcania
$950.00

 

66-12
We Can Fly
$1200.00









66-13
Gold Castle
$1100.00

 

66-14
Spring in The 100 Acre Wood


 

66-15
Blue Castle
$1100.00














66-16
The Knighting of Pooh
$1200.00








 

66-17
A Very Blustery Day
$750.00

 

66-18
Once Upon a Dream
$800.00





 

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Triton's Castle
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Peter and Harrison Ellenshaw








Introducing the Collaborative Art of Peter and Harrison Ellenshaw


Biography



As a visual effects designer and filmmaker, Harrison Ellenshaw's work can be seen in such films as STAR WARS, TRON, THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK, CAPTAIN EO, DICK TRACY, and many others. He has also had a successful career as an artist with one-man shows of his paintings in London, New York, and San Francisco.

Peter Ellenshaw has received five Academy AwardŽ nominations, winning the OscarŽ for his stunning recreation of Edwardian London in the Walt Disney's classic, Mary Poppins. Throughout the years, Ellenshaw has sought to capture the drama and emotions of many different scenes. His work is represented in both public and private collections worldwide. He has received numerous honors and retrospectives including those by the American Film Institute, the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Film Institute of Chicago, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the R.W. Norton Art Museum in Shreveport, Louisiana and has been bestowed the illustrious title of "Disney Legend."

In their first creative collaboration since Disney's, "The Black Hole" (1979), Peter & Harrison Ellenshaw came together to create "We can Fly". Their first in a series of collaborative works celebrated the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney's, "Peter Pan".

Their second piece was "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea," which according to Harrison, "was my introduction to Hollywood, at least to the Disney style of epic movie making. This was an exciting time, seeing my father involved in one of Walt Disney's most successful live action films."




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