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    How come I can't find it anywhere? I looked on google images and other search engines and I can't find it! It is like one of my favorite paintings and I would love it if they had reprints for sale. I want to put it on my wall!

    Anyone know where to find even just an online image of it?
    *~*~*Prince Dalton*~*~*

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    Re: Portrait of Things to Come by Marc Davis

    I know! Why hasn't Disney made this avalible through the Disney Gallery as they have with much of the other pirates art. That painting is impossible to find. THere is a copy of it on display in a window of the Wolrd of Disney store in DTD, the only way to get a copy might be to steal that one.

    *MiceChat does not condone stealing
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