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Aladdin – Celebration in Agrabah by Dowdle

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Aladdin – Celebration in Agrabah by Eric Dowdle

Published in 16″ x 20″ and 24″ x 30″. February 2021.
Canvas Edition Sizes in both Sizes: AP-10; JE-20; GP-30; SN-95.
Paper Edition Sizes in both Sizes: AP-10; GP-30; SN-95.

This is an unframed Limited Edition stretched, canvas lithograph that has been hand embellished, or an unframed archival paper lithograph. After adding your canvas selection to your cart, CHOOSE YOUR FRAME HERE.

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Artist Notes

“Make way for Prince Ali. Say hey, it’s Prince Ali…!” And so begins the epic parade through the streets of Agrabah. I love a parade. I also love the magic of love. So, what to do? Well, put them both together in this painting of Aladdin. 

I remember the first time I saw a parade, the thrill of a rich, moving pageant passing before me. They even threw me CANDY! the golden currency of childhood. When I was young, I had the opportunity to be in a small-town parade. It was amazing! There was energy and excitement. The streets were lined with people waving and cheering, it felt like for me. There were bright colors, cars, band music, loud sirens, clowns, precision motorcycle groups, horses, and on and on. Even without a personal genie, it was magical. Is that what you felt?

I wanted to capture these feelings in the Aladdin painting, a grand parade with all its wonder. This is a celebration of life in all its variety. It is as magic as a newfound love or a magic carpet ride. Everyone is feeling the exhilaration and happiness: the music, the marvel, and the unwrapped thrill of the future. The Sultan is so thrilled he is even smiling riding on the back of Abu the elephant (it is not a comfortable ride, take it
from me). I hope this bright, Arabian city takes you to a place where wishes come true, maybe even 3 of them.

– Eric Dowdle

Key Points

•Aladdin – Celebration in Agrabah is the tenth painting in the Disney Collection by Eric Dowdle. This is a series of Limited Edition art that tells the stories of Disney characters in Eric Dowdle’s magical folk art style.
•This painting shows Aladdin and Jasmine flying through the city of Agrabah, just beyond the palace walls.
•Merchants, ribbon twirlers, musicians, animals, colorful clothing and Middle Eastern architecture make Agrabah a unique city with festive personality.
•The Sultan rides through the crowd on a large grinning elephant.
•Jafar poses in the distance, overlooking the city with glaring eyes. Jafar is the most powerful sorcerer in the land and has control of the palace where Jasmine lives.
•The parrot, Lago, is taking place in the excitement and flies overhead the celebration.
•Did you know that the flying carpet is named “Magic Carpet?”

Erid Dowdle Biography

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Eric Dowdle has a background of hard work and dedication to God, family, and country. He was born and raised in the heart of the western United States to parents of 12 children, 2 girls, and 10 boys. Many of the stories of his youth are reflected in his artwork – a chicken stuffed in a mailbox, a young boy surprising his mom with flowers from the neighbor’s yard, children bravely walking a fence line or Boy Scouts playing pranks on each other.

THE BIRTH OF A STORYTELLER

The Dowdle family moved to Boston where Eric developed a fascination with folk art. This style of art brought together the values that were instilled in him throughout his life with his love of people, sense of humor and the ability to tell the stories of people through the detail of the artwork.

THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME

Eric, and his wife Deb, now live on a charming farm with their own family and a smattering of farm animals by the Wasatch Mountains in Lindon, Utah. After visiting beloved locations throughout the world Eric easily proclaims that home is “my favorite place on earth.”

A MAN WHO MAKES THINGS HAPPEN

Eric has been creating art for over twenty years. He started painting in his early twenties; parting ways with college after one year, to “go make something happen.”

Making things happen is how Eric does things; painting, exploring, marketing, and working day and night to expand the business and his collection of over 300 paintings. Today, his original paintings have been converted into premium gifts and keepsakes, such as fine-art prints, puzzles, calendars, adult coloring books, personalized wooden puzzles, 3D Stratascapes, and more.

Dowdle products have captured the attention of small and large big-box retailers, selling more than one million puzzles each year, giving Dowdle a large and growing retail presence.

THE MANY TALENTS OF ERIC DOWDLE

Eric captivates people of all ages with his fun, quirky personality. His wit and charm make him a natural for television, radio and social media spotlights. He can be found starring in his second season of “Painting the Town with Eric Dowdle” on the BYU TV network, distributed worldwide. Sirius XM Radio has aired hundreds of programs, “Traveling with Eric Dowdle.”

1984 – Eric earned his Boy Scouts of America Eagle Scout rank at the age of 14
1995 – Eric opens the doors to Dowdle Folk Art as a place to sell his art.
1997 – Honorary Artist for the Utah Sesquicentennial Celebration. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints purchased the Sesquicentennial Pioneer Patterns, which is displayed today in their Conference Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1998 – Eric received the Mayor’s Choice Award at the St. George Arts Festival in St. George, Utah.

Additional information

media

Canvas, Paper

size

16×20, 24×30

edition

AP, GP, JE, SN

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