Alice In Wonderland - Lithograph By Don Peters

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Alice In Wonderland - Lithograph By Don Peters

Regular Price: CAD1,400.00

Wholesale Price: CAD700.00

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Alice In Wonderland - Lithograph By Don Peters


"Alice In Wonderland" is once more brought to life in this full color lithograph from the original acrylic art by Disney fantasy artist, Don Peters. Own a beautifully framed rendition of this classic story. A select few remaining lithographs from a limited Edition are now available. Color, 27"x33". Each Print is hand signed and numbered by DON PETERS and includes a numbers-matching "Certificate of Authenticity" also signed by the artist. Hand signed and numbered by longtime Disney artist Don Peters entitled “Alice”. Special discounted price for Direct Co-ops members: $700 CAD (regular price $1000 USD).

Artist Biography

DONALD A.PETERS (1921-2002) was born in Indianapolis, Indiana on May 19, 1921. He served in the U.S. Marine Corps. at the age of 19, and received his first international recognition from combat sketches made between 1942 and 1945. Exhibited in the National Galleries of London and throughout the U.S. these sketches earned Don a scholarship from the National Newspaperman's Association. His preference for the rapidly drying medium of acrylic allowed him to achieve great drama in his color placement. His Hollywood career began in 1953, where he worked at Walt Disney, M.G.M., Paramount, Twentieth Century Fox, Warner Bros., Columbia and Filmation. In 1964, Don won the Venice Film Festival award for his screenplay, "The Soldier." Also, in 1966, Don received the Academy Award Nomination for the original screenplay and story "Naked Prey". In 1971 Don was a background artist on the film Journey Back to OZ aka Return to OZ. Both were animated musical fantasies. Don has exhibited in the Met, Whitney and the National Pastel Society.

Authentic Certificate

His paintings and drawing were and are owned by H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, John Wayne, Bing Crosby, Lee Remick, Blake Edwards, Julie Andrews, Jane Withers, Peter Hurt, Bill Wellman, Jack Warden, Henry Mancini and many others. Don passed away quietly at his home in Hollywood Beach, CA October 4, 2002 at the age of eighty-one.  
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