Peter Pan
We Can Fly
Painted by Peter Ellenshaw and Harrison Ellenshaw
24 x 36" giclée on canvas
Limited Edition of 395 giclées with 55 proofs
"It's more than just the promise of eternal youth, it's about the magic of youth; the fun, the innocence and the firm belief that good thoughts will make you fly. And, flying through the Tower Bridge and on to Never Never Land, oh my, what could be better than that?"
— Peter Ellenshaw
"I was only seven when I first saw "Peter Pan." It's still my favorite animated film of all time."
— Harrison Ellenshaw
The Disney film "Peter Pan" (1953) was based on J.M. Barrie's 1904 play about a boy who refuses to grow up. The lives of three children (Wendy, John and Michael Darling) are changed forever when Peter Pan comes into their lives. In this painting of Tower Bridge in London, Peter and Tinkerbell take the three children on a magical flight to Never Never Land.