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Talented Artist Recreated Disney Characters In Oil Paintings, And The Result Is Incredible

Since the first movies, Disney has attracted myriads of fans around the world. So, it is understandable when many artists, who are hardcore fans of Disney characters, never stop creating and re-imagining them in countless new marvelous ways and styles.

Of all those fan arts, oil paintings have always been unique and impressively beautiful. With the rich imagination and beautiful patterns, Heather Theurer – a talented artist – created a series of oil painting pictures of some Disney cast.

For sure, you will satisfy with those works of art. Let’s scroll down and dive into the Disney world in colors.

#1 Lilo and Stitch (Lilo & Stitch)

Source: Heather Theurer

The oil paintings version of Lilo and Stitch are so real. Lilo’s red feather patterns dress which is her iconic outfit also comes. Eventually, my question of how she looks in real life is answered clearly in this picture.

#2 Belle (Beauty and The Beast)

Source: Heather Theurer

This Belle looks so calm and tolerant. However, the original Belle is independent, confident, and determined.

#3 Mr. Toad (The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad)

Source: Heather Theurer

A perfect painting realistic adaption of Mr. Toad!

#4 Elsa and Anna (Frozen)

Source: Heather Theurer

With bright eyes, little Elsa and Anna here are so innocent and brisk, which successfully reappears the original version.

#5 Ariel (The Little Mermaid)

Source: Heather Theurer

Much to her chagrins and concerns, the green mermaid Ariel looks so lonely.

#6 Peter Pan and Wendy (Peter Pan)

Source: Heather Theurer

Honestly, the eye glance of Peter Pan has melted my heart already.

#7 Alice (Alice In Wonderland)

Source: Heather Theurer

Does anyone agree that the new Alice looks supprised and calm at the same time? The oil paintings version is less curious than the one whom I know, isn’t she?

#8 Mulan (Mulan)

Source: Heather Theurer

Turns out realistic Mulan is so beautiful. However, she lacks determination in her vibe.

#9 Merida (Brave)

Source: Heather Theurer

Merida in this painting is so gorgeous with impressive reddish-brown hair. Oh my god, her flashing, confident eyes kill me!

#10 Rapunzel (Tangled)

Source: Heather Theurer

Rapunzel looks like a 19th-century royal princess here. Despite her stunning look, I wonder where the adventurousness of the original Tangled princess is.

#11 Cinderella (Cinderella)

Source: Heather Theurer

Cinderella is as beautiful as I imagine. She is still pretty in that rustic clothes.

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