Eyvind Earle (1916-2000)7

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7 EYVIND EARLE American artist , 1916–2000

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Eyvind Earle original concept painting from Sleeping Beauty

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Eyvind Earle original concept painting from Sleeping Beauty San Francisco WDFM Museums

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The European Disneyland castle is based on his designs None of the other Disney Parks around the world have a castle like this one, unique to Disneyland Paris

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Le Chateau de la Belle au Bois Dormant (“The Castle of Sleeping Beauty”) in Paris is a magical place featuring colorful stained glass windows and tapestries that retell the tale of  Sleeping Beauty

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Other highlights include a lower-level dungeon with a large animatronic dragon. The castle and surrounding gardens were based on Earle’s background paintings

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An Eyvind Earle study for Sleeping Beauty

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Original Eyvind Earle concept artwork of Aurora from Sleeping Beauty

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Aurora is based on the princess in Charles Perrault's fairy tale "Sleeping Beauty", as well as the heroine who appears in the Brothers Grimm's retelling of the story, "Little Briar Rose”

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Aurora is the only daughter of King Stefan and Queen Leah

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As revenge for not being invited to Aurora's christening, an evil fairy named Maleficent curses the newborn princess, foretelling that she will die on her 16th birthday by pricking her finger on a spinning wheel's spindle

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The three fairies, Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather , who have come to bless the child with gifts are not strong enough to break the curse, but Merryweather uses her blessing to soften the curse so that instead of dying, Aurora will fall into a deep sleep from which she can only be awakened by true love's kiss

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King Stefan, still fearful for his daughter's life, orders all spinning wheels in the kingdom to be burned

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The fairies do not believe that will be enough to keep Aurora safe, and so they spirit her away to a woodcutter's cottage in the forest until the day of her sixteenth birthday

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The three fairies, Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather and the woodcutter's cottage in the forest

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Years later, Aurora, renamed Briar Rose, has grown into a beautiful young woman

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On the day of her sixteenth birthday, the three fairies ask Rose to gather berries in the forest so they can prepare a surprise party for her

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Briar Rose befriends the animals of the forest and sings them a song, Once Upon a Dream

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While singing in the forest, Briar Rose attracts the attention of Prince Phillip, now a handsome young man

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Samson is the horse in Sleeping Beauty. He is faithful to his master, Prince Phillip

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The fairies finally tell Aurora the truth about her royalty heritage, that she is a princess and already betrothed at birth to a prince. Later that night, the fairies take Aurora back to the castle

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The fairies leave her alone in a room to wait for her birthday celebrations where she will finally get to see her parents 

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Meanwhile, Flora and Merryweather argue over the color of Aurora's ballgown, which attracts the attention of Maleficent's raven and revealing the location of Aurora

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Maleficent magically lures Aurora away from the fairies and tricks the princess into touching an enchanted spinning wheel

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The good fairies place Aurora on a bed in the highest tower and place a powerful spell on all the people in the kingdom, causing them to fall asleep until the spell on their princess is broken

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The fairies find and release the prince kidnapped by Maleficent

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Finding the prince the fairies arm him with the magical Sword of Truth and the Shield of Virtue which they state to be weapons of righteousness that will triumph over evil

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Eyvind Earle original concept painting from Sleeping Beauty

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Maleficent transforms into a gigantic dragon.

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Phillip throws the sword, blessed by the fairies' magic, directly into Maleficent's heart, causing her to fall to her death

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Phillip awakens Aurora with a kiss, breaking the spell and thereby wakes everyone in the palace

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The royal couple descends to the ballroom, where Aurora is happily reunited with her parents, while King Hubert is confused of how the two young royals met

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Eyvind Earle was an American artist, author and illustrator, noted for his contribution to the background illustration and styling of Disney animated films in the 1950s and his totally original perception of landscape. Born in New York in 1916, in 1951 he joined Disney as an assistant background painter and received credit for the experimental background painting in the Goofy short, For Whom the Bulls Toil. In 1953 he created the look of Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom, a short animated film which won an Academy Award and a Cannes Film Festival Award. He also worked on Peter Pan, Working for Peanuts, Pigs is Pigs, Paul Bunyan, and Lady and the Tramp. He was responsible for the styling, background, and colors for the high-acclaimed Sleeping Beauty. His artwork was the inspiration for the graphic style of Sony’s first computer animated film, Open Season

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