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Earle: Dove Holiday Cards

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Description

During Eyvind Earle's (American, 19162000) prolific career, the award-winning illustrator, Disney animator, designer, and sculptor worked in and for virtually every medium, from paintings shown in major galleries to backgrounds created for Disneyland. This card reproduces a work of Earle's featuring the silhouette of a dove carrying an olive branch. Greeting: Peace on Earth.

Produced in cooperation with American Artists Group.

20 cards and 20 envelopes per box. 6 1/4'' x 4 7/8''.

  • 20 cards and 20 envelopes per box
  • 6 1/4'' x 4 7/8''
  • Greeting: Peace on Earth

Art History

Joining Walt Disney studios in 1951, Eyvind Earle (American, 19162000) created the look of an animated short that won an Academy Award and a Cannes Film Festival Award (Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom). The studio kept him busy for the rest of decade, painting the settings for such stories as Peter Pan and Lady and the Tramp. Earle was responsible for the styling, background and colors for the highly acclaimed movie Sleeping Beauty and gave the movie its magical, medieval look.

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Description

During Eyvind Earle's (American, 19162000) prolific career, the award-winning illustrator, Disney animator, designer, and sculptor worked in and for virtually every medium, from paintings shown in major galleries to backgrounds created for Disneyland. This card reproduces a work of Earle's featuring the silhouette of a dove carrying an olive branch. Greeting: Peace on Earth.

Produced in cooperation with American Artists Group.

20 cards and 20 envelopes per box. 6 1/4'' x 4 7/8''.




  • 20 cards and 20 envelopes per box
  • 6 1/4'' x 4 7/8''
  • Greeting: Peace on Earth




Art History

Joining Walt Disney studios in 1951, Eyvind Earle (American, 19162000) created the look of an animated short that won an Academy Award and a Cannes Film Festival Award (Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom). The studio kept him busy for the rest of decade, painting the settings for such stories as Peter Pan and Lady and the Tramp. Earle was responsible for the styling, background and colors for the highly acclaimed movie Sleeping Beauty and gave the movie its magical, medieval look.


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