Below are the three serigraphs released by the Walt Disney Company. Click on a picture to view a larger image.


The Golden Fleece was the first serigraph done by Disney and was released in December 1993. It was made in three editions. The Regular Edition was limited to 500 pieces, which sold for $1,250 each. The Remarqued Edition was limited to 100 pieces, which sold for $2,500 each. The Deluxe Edition was limited to 50 pieces, which sold for $3,100 each. The image size for this painting was very unusual, measuring 12 by 24 inches.



Rich Finds at Inventory Time was the second serigraph released by Disney, and was released in June 1994. It was also made in three editions. The Regular Edition was limited to 500 pieces, which sold for $1,750 each. The Remarqued Edition was limited to 100 pieces, which sold for $3,000 each. The Deluxe Edition was limited to 50 pieces, which sold for $3,500 each. This painting was one of the largest that Carl Barks ever did, with the image size measuring 28 by 34 inches.



Surprise Party at Memory Pond was the third and last serigraph released by Disney, and was offered for sale in October 1994. Like its two predecessors, it was offered in three editions. The Regular Edition was limited to 500 pieces, which sold for $1,350 each. The Remarqued Edition was limited to 100 pieces, which sold for $2,250 each. The Deluxe Edition was limited to 50 pieces, which sold for $2,500 each. This painting was made by Carl Barks to celebrate Donald's sixtieth birthday and is one of the few paintings that contain such a large amount of characters. Its image size measures 22 by 28 inches.