This original painting was created by the Spanish artist Tony Fernandez, who works for Disney for more than 20 years around the world.
By the mid-1980s, Spanish artist Tony Fernandez had begun working in one of Europe’s leading comic studios, having a hand in nearly every production there. Throughout his more than 30 years now working for the Disney Studios, he has taken part in every single step of the production process for countless official Disney comic books, book adaptations of classic Disney films, etc. His mastery as a Disney artist made him lead the artistic teams, supervising and streamlining, and train the new talent. All the while he has lent his versatility to projects for other studios like Hanna Barbera, Warner Bros. and Rovio Entertainment.
In 2016 Tony Fernández started creating his renowned an ongoing “Inspired By” collection which currently comprises more than 500 artworks to delight the most discerning collectors.
This original artwork was created for the “Inspired By” collection, which originated when around 2015 Tony Fernandez began sketching the most popular Disney characters in settings based on classic or contemporary works of art and pop culture moments. Currently, it comprises over 500 art pieces inspired by masterpieces by Dali, Miro, Pollock, Degas, Miller, Warhol, Van Gogh, Hopper, Picasso, music stars like Michael Jackson, The Beatles and David Bowie or celebrities like Muhammad Ali, just to name a few. It has been exhibited in several cities worldwide and it’s very appreciated by collectors of all ages.
These artworks come from Tony Fernandez private collection and has been specially selected by himself to be distributed by Corner4art. This product is hand signed by the author and includes the Certificate of Authenticity of Corner4art.
Tony Fernandez – Mickey & Minnie Mouse Inspired By Van Gogh II – Original Art
Artist: Tony Fernandez
Size: 33 x 45 cm
Ready to frame
Certificate of authenticity
Original painting of Mickey and Minnie Mouse inspired by Vincent Van Goghs famous painting “Wheatfield with Crows” (1890).