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Everything You Need To Know About The Story Behind Tim Burton's 'Big Eyes'

Tim Burton 'Big Eyes' Movie Tells The Story Of Art Couple Margaret and Walter Keane. And More Arts News - awesome movie!

Margaret Keane: Mother of Big-Eye Art

Margaret Keane: Mother of Big-Eye Art. When I was a little girl I had this picture & another with the dog sitting beside a garbage pail.

"The Runaway" - Margaret Keane, 1962.  I have this in my living room.  It was a present before I got married.  I got it in 1962 or early 1963.

Margaret Keane "The Runaway" American artist who used mixed medium to create artwork with big eyes

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Art Collection: Big-Eyed Deformed Ballerina

Big Eyed kids Margaret Keane artist,Ballerina, Eden, offset lithography on paper mounted to cardboard.

At the Fair. Artist: Margaret Keane....We have this one in our collection..

Margaret Keane: Mother of Big-Eye Art

At the Fair. Artist: Margaret Keane....We have this one in our collection..

Sneak peek of Amy Adams as artist Margaret Keane in Tim Burton's upcoming movie, 'Big Eyes'. Photo: Leah Gallo, The Weinstein Company, via USA Today: http://www.usatoday.com/story/life/movies/2014/08/03/amy-adams-big-eyes-tim-burton/12967783/

Sneak peek: Adams, Waltz unmask lie behind 'Big Eyes'

Watch: First Trailer for Tim Burton’s ‘Big Eyes,’ Starring Amy Adams and Christoph Waltz

walter+keane+prints | Artist Margaret Keane - Big Eyes

My latest Squidoo lens is about Big Eyes Artist Margaret Keane, when she started painting those doe-eyed waifs, and met her husband Wal.

The big-eyed children: the extraordinary story of an epic art fraud - In the 1960s, Walter Keane was feted for his sentimental portraits that sold by the million. But in fact, his wife Margaret was the artist, working in virtual slavery to maintain his success.

The big-eyed children: the extraordinary story of an epic art fraud

The big-eyed children: the extraordinary story of an epic art fraud - In the Walter Keane was feted for his sentimental portraits that sold by the million. But in fact, his wife Margaret was the artist, working in virtual slavery to maintain his success.