Eric Robison’s creative and unique artworks featuring all the famous characters from Duckburg have been in high demand since he exhibited his first painting (of goofy) in the Disney Gallery in Disneyland (Florida) in 1990. Eric began his career as an artist in 1987 when he was hired by Walt Disney Imagineering as a concept designer. During this period he made artwork for all Disney theme parks around the world. Eric’s unique paintings of Disney characters were discovered by his boss at Disney, Marty Sklar, in 1989 and since then, Eric has been one of the best-selling artists in the Disney Group’s galleries and shops around the world.
Eric’s creative method is centered on aggressiveness and boldness, which is clearly reflected in his Disney art.
This is the very first painting in oil featuring Mickey Mouse which Eric Robison has ever made. The painting style contains clear references to Van Gogh, and the painting is done on heavy paper which – with its jagged and uneven edges – matches the raw expression of the image to the fullest. The artwork is professionally framed behind museum quality glass so that the viewer can experience all the shades, strokes and aspects of the marvellous painting.
Dimensions with frame: 103 x 85 cm (41.2” x 34”)
Four Faces of Donald Duck
Beautiful and extremely rare and highly sought after lithograph featuring Donald’s four most famous moods. The lithograph is in excellent condition and is signed by Eric Robison and numbered AP (artist’s proof) 17/20. Professionally framed to a total size of 64 x 48 cm.
Aladdin – The complete set
This set comprises all 4 rare hand-signed Aladdin themed character portrait prints by Eric Robison. Each print measures approx. 33 x 25 cm and is matted to a total size of approx. 46 x 40 cm. Since we only have one of each print in stock, this set offer is available only as long as none of the prints have been sold off individually.
Large Nightmare Before Christmas lithograph by Eric Robison. Hand-signed and numbered AP (for Artist’s Proof). From Eric Robinson’s personal archives.
Measures 67 x 85 cm.