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Disney Characters Are Breathtakingly Gorgeous In These Classical Paintings And Pop Culture References

It is undeniable that classical paintings are impressively gorgeous and pretty much loved. However, though many of us have seen them before, fewer have knowledge about their titles or origins.

Being preoccupied with this, Carlos Gromo, a Spanish graphic designer and illustrator, decides to make people more interested in classic art. With the idea of combining works of this artistic type with the Disney world, Gromo turns many well-known characters of the leading animation studio into incredible artworks. It’s worth mentioning that this artist merges Disney protagonists with movies and other pop-culture references in his art so hopefully, this cooperation can help the public remember classic aesthetics and pop icons better.

Therefore, why don’t you scroll down and check these beautiful illustrations of Carlos Gromo out? If you are a Disney fanatic, I bet this colorful series will catch your eyes. Surely, these works are worth your time!

#1 Cinderella – 1st Concept Art

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#2 Pocahontas, Belle And Jasmine – Black Eyed Peas and Shakira’s “Girl Like Me” (2020)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#3 Sleeping Beauty Wedding – 1st Concept Art

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#4 The Swan Princess – Edmund Blair Leighton’s ”The End of The Song” (1902)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#5 Cinderella – “Ever After: A Cinderella Story” (1998)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#6 The Little Mermaid – “Pretty Woman” (1990)

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#7 Bell – “The Phantom of the Opera” (2004)

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#8 Aurora – John Everett Millais’ “Ophelia” (1852)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#9 Cinderella, Belle and Snow White – “The Princess Diaries” (2001)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#10 Robin Hood – Francesco Hayez’s “The Kiss” (1859)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#11 Aurora – Walter Crane ‘s “A Masque for the Four Seasons” (1909)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#12 Beauty and the Beast – John Arthur Lomax’s “A musical interlude” (1857–1923)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#13 Beauty and the Beast – Pierre Auguste Cot’s “Ophelia” (1870)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#14 Rapunzel – Maximilian Pirner’s “Sleepwalker” (1878)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#15 Beauty And The Beast – “Pride and Prejudice” (1995)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#16 Princess and the Frog – 1st Concept Art

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#17 Aurora – Mya, Lil’ Kim, P!nk, Christina Aguilera’s “Lady Marmalade” (2001)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#18 Beauty and the Beast – 1st Concept Art

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#19 Cinderella – Katy Perry’s “Cozy Little Christmas” (2018)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#20 Snow White – “Town & Country” Magazine (2021)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

#21 Snow White Wedding – 1st Concept Art

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#22 Cinderella – Katy Perry’s “Smile” (2020)

Source: CARLOS • GROMO

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