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  1. › wiki › Claire_KeaneClaire Keane - Wikipedia

    Claire Keane (born March 1, 1979) is an author and illustrator and visual development artist who contributed to the Disney films Enchanted, Tangled, Wreck-It Ralph and Frozen. She is the daughter of Disney animator Glen Keane and the granddaughter of cartoonist Bil Keane, creator of the comic strip, The Family Circus and Thelma Keane.

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  3. › wiki › Glen_KeaneGlen Keane - Wikipedia

    They are the parents of design artist Claire Keane and computer graphics artist Max Keane. Keane has been cited among artists with aphantasia , a condition characterized by an inability to form mental images.

    • 1973–present
  4. 21 de oct. de 2020 · The son of cartoonist Bil Keane, who created "Family Circus," Keane comes from a family of artists. His brother, Jeff, took over their father's comic. Keane's daughter Claire is a design...

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  5. 7 de mar. de 2018 · Keane stated, “As Tarzan looked into Jane’s eyes, I imagined him seeing his reflection in the face of another human for the first time. I wondered when I had experienced such a thing, and I remembered holding my daughter Claire—looking into her face and seeing myself.

  6. Claire is the daughter of Disney Legend Glen Keane, and granddaughter of cartoonist Bil Keane, creator of the comic strip The Family Circus. Claire studied at the Ecole Superieure D'Arts Graphiques in Paris where she met her husband and part-time collaborator, Vincent Rogozyk.

  7. Keane, a former Disney development artist who worked on the film “Tangled,” comes from a family tradition of art and storytelling. Her father, Glen Keane, was a Disney animator for 38 years, designing iconic characters like the Beast and Aladdin.