"Well, he’s tall, and handsome, and so romantic. Oh, we walked together, and talked together, and just before we say goodbye, he takes me in his arms, and then … I wake up." Aurora dreams of the Prince she dreams of seeing again while talking with her friends in the forest. This is an original concept painting from the Walt Disney Studios production Sleeping Beauty (1959). This hand-painted design features Briar Rose leaning against a tree while she daydreams in the forest. This painting was created by Disney Legend Eyvind Earle, and it is a stunning example of how his artistic vision became the basis for the classic feature. It was created at the studio and used during the film's development, in order to develop the color pallette and overall feel of the environment. The overall measurements of the piece are 18.75" x 26.5" framed with the mat opening showing the entire floated piece and the image takes up the entire board. The painting has been hand-signed by the artist in the lower right corner and is accomplished with paints on illustration board. The concept is in very good condition with pin holes in the corners from studio use.