Peter Pan and Tinkerbell - Storybook Classics Art Print
Embark on a journey to Neverland through Roy Best's captivating interpretation of J.M. Barrie's classic Peter Pan characters in The Picture Story Book of Peter Pan (1931). Here, we find Tinker Bell taking a dramatic sip of poison meant for Peter, as Captain Hook's nefarious plan begins to unravel. It's a scene brimming with emotion, brilliantly depicted by Best, and a poignant moment that captures Tinker Bell's selfless act of love, vividly reflected in Peter's startled expression. See our entire Storybook Collection!
Roy Best (1909-2001) was a versatile American illustrator renowned for his contributions to the world of vintage illustration during the mid-20th century. He achieved recognition in two vastly different realms of art: his enchanting pin-up girls graced calendars and brought allure to the era, while his interpretation of J.M. Barrie's Peter Pan captured the magic of Neverland for generations of readers. Best's artistic versatility is a testament to his skill, from the glamorous world of pin-up art to the whimsical realm of children's literature. His work was characterized by meticulous attention to detail, vibrant use of color, and the ability to capture the spirit of the times. While not a household name, his illustrations continue to be cherished by collectors and enthusiasts of vintage illustration.
Our prints are suitable for framing or can be used as is for wall display.
This product was custom designed and created at our location in Seattle.
11" x 14", Bagged with Backer Board