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This book represents and catalogs Eyvind Earle's serigraphs from 1974 to 1990, accompanied by his writings and poetry from 1940-1990. This treasure of images and thoughts is a testament to the talent, vision and depth of this remarkable American artist.
Born in New York city in 1916, Eyvind Earle began his prolific career at an early age at the urging of his father, Ferdinand Earle. From the time of his first one-man showing in France at the age of 14, Eyvind Earle fame had grown staedly. At the age of 21, Earle opened at the Charles Morgan gallery in New York, and later the Metropolitan Museum of Art purchased one of his paintings fro their permanent collection. In 1951 Earle joined Disney, and was reponsible for styling, background and colors of "Sleeping Beauty". Worked on "Peter Pan", "Lady and the Tramp" and won in 1953 an Academy Award for "Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom". After about 15 years creating animated art, Earle returned to painting full time in 1966 and kept working until the end of his life in 2000.