The Art of the Disney Princess

The Art of the Disney Princess Review

Every little girl has a favorite Disney Princess--and for that matter, every grown-up girl, too! In The Art of the Disney Princess, Disney artists, designers, illustrators, and animators from around the world have re-imagined their favorite princesses and portrayed them in a variety of mediums. Ariel, Aurora, Belle, Jasmine, Snow White, and Cinderella are newly incarnated in water color, pastel, oil paint, colored pencil, mixed media, and computer graphics pieces that range from the traditional to the unconventional. This artwork has been created especially for this museum-quality book, which is sure to delight art lovers, Disney collectors, and any prince or princess who ever believed that fairytales do come true.

Title:The Art of the Disney Princess
Edition Language:English

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    The Art of the Disney Princess Reviews

  • Sesana

    I absolutely love this book. There's a good range of styles on display, and it's pretty broad as far as the princesses go. There's even a piece with Kida! I'd just love to see an updated version of th...

  • Parka

    (More pictures on parkablogs.com)This book is more on fan art than concept art. That said, you won't see any sketches from original Disney artists. The illustrations of princess are based on the arti...

  • Larissa

    A Princess is more then just a pretty face, she is as brave as a lion, as clever as a fox, and as pure as snow. A Princess is all heart and loves unconditionally and is loved so in return. Many thousa...

  • Robin

    I thought this was a fabulous book of concept and fan-type art. I never do this (although I talk about it a lot), but I bought a second copy so I could remove some of the pictures and put them out in ...

  • laura (bookies & cookies)

    "Because who said that a girl can't bring about her own happily ever after?" Beautiful reimagings of the iconic Disney Princesses characters we know and love (from 2009, so before the crazy Buzzfeed a...

  • Tracy

    Amazing and beautiful artwork. Lingered over the pages, read about the artists, wondered where to find the prints of Dorota Kotarba-Mendez, Ed Irizarry, and Enrique Pita, who created Alphonse Mucha in...

  • Aleap

    There were some truly lovely pieces of art/interpretations in this book but overall, it wasn't much different than looking at fan works on DeviantArt....

  • Kandise

    DeviantArt, The Book. Some wonderful pieces, some pretty bad ones, and very little that felt new to me (although to be fair this book is almost a decade old). Some of the homage pieces were pretty gre...

  • Jillian -always aspiring-

    Too much Snow White, not enough Cinderella or Belle. It would have been nice to see a “Disney heroines” series to include Megara, Esmeralda, and others too....

  • Charity Rau

    Such a beautiful book! I love seeing the way different artist interpret the Disney princesses. I also enjoyed reading about the inspiration behind the pieces....