4 Pieces of Art That Inspire Famous Colorful Movies

August 06, 2018

Geppetto's Workbench is a hand painted limited edition cel based on the movie Pinocchio by Walt Disney Studios

By Chelsea Reed

Few things pronounce summer more than relaxing at the beach, enjoying a cold sweet treat, and watching a thrilling summer flick. As many movie aficionados know, summer is the time when Hollywood showcases its latest releases on the big screen. Did you know that Seaside Art Gallery is a great place to find art for entertainment buffs? Here are a few of our favorites.

 Pinocchio by Walt Disney Studios

This limited hand painted edition cel of “Geppeto’s Workshop” is a nice prize in the Gallery that brings back fond memories of a vivid Disney classic. Would it be a lie to say that it would be a great gift for someone? Only the nose knows.

Bugs Bunny by Warner Brothers Studios

Does anyone recognize this iconic Bugs Bunny movie? Yep, you guessed it, doc! The cel comes from none other than the Looney, Looney, Looney Bugs Bunny Movie, which was released in 1981. The film comprised a collection of short films with Bugs Bunny as the star host. One of the shorts, Knighty Knight Bugs, was award-winning. And even Bugs is holding an Oswald.

Toro! Toro! by Remington

Toro Toro is a wood engraving after Frederic RemingtonIf you’re a John Wayne fan, then you’ve got to see Frederic Remington’s wood engravings. Remington was a real-life cowboy artist who lived out in the Old West. He was commissioned by publications to draw and send his authentic drawings to them, many of which were critically acclaimed and earned him the title of Master artist.

Captain Jack Sparrow by Walt Disney Studios

Just looking at this amazing porcelain figurine of Captain Jack makes us relive the excitement of the Pirates movies over again. This one in particular is based off of Pirates of the Caribbean: Curse of the Black Pearl. It’s very fitting to find in the Outer Banks, the historical hangout of notorious pirates. Jack Sparrow would feel right at home!

An Art Haven for Entertainment Enthusiasts

Seaside Art Gallery is a great place to go if you’re killing time for the movies or looking for a memorable gift. And because the Gallery is owned and operated by a certified art appraiser, you can be sure that each piece is authentic and original art. Take a look now on our website to see the good stuff. You can also contact us or see us in person if you have any questions.

Chelsea Reed is a freelance copywriter. She writes articles, blogs, websites and online content from her base in North Carolina.





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