Smile and a Song

Courvoisier Premier Studio Replica©

“A Smile and a Song”

From Walt Disney’s
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs

Image size 7-1/2” X 6”

Production 250

Of the more than 475,000 pieces of art that went under the camera to make Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, in 1937, less than one percent exists today. Imagine if you could go back in time and acquire one of those legendary pieces of art. Now you can.


Beginning with “A Smile and a Song,” Courvoisier Galleries® brings the hand made magic of Disney’s fabled artistry to your art collection at a price that will allow you to look forward to each new edition in the series.

  • All Courvoisier Studio Replicas© are completely handmade by master artists in our laboratory in Westlake Village, California, under the supervision of Disney Creative Director David Pacheco.
  • Cels are hand inked and painted from the original animation drawing used in the making of Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
  • A total of 17 ink colors and 14 paint colors, mixed and matched to the original Disney color keys, is used for each cel.
  • Snow White's hair is drybrushed and her cheeks touched with blush, exactly as they were in 1937.
  • Courvoisier Studio Replicas are one quarter the size of a standard production animation cel and punched below the mat line with a miniature animation punch.
  • The background is designed and prepared using original Courvoisier techniques.
  • The art is presented in conservation-grade Neilson Bainbridge® ArtCare© mats, traditionally hand lettered, finished in the Courvoisier style with the "Original WDP" seal stamped in gold, and accompanied by a signed Certificate of Authenticity.
  • Courvoisier Studio Replicas may be ordered ready to hang and enjoy for years to come. S/R Signature Framing© features Nurre Caxton's EcoCare® Blackwood moulding fitted with security hardware and plastic-coated cable for secure hanging, and finished with a special insignia charm, and meets the highest standards recognized by the Professional Picture Framers Association.