1161s: Peter Max Standing Liberty Hand Signed Original
This is a Peter Max hand signed mixed media titled "LIBERTY HEAD". This piece is hand overpainted by Peter Max with a variation color combination of brushstrokes of his original artwork and hand signed by Peter Max with acrylic. This piece is stamped on the back with a 2010 Peter Max copyright with a serial number of the piece. Measures 11.25" x 8.5". This piece is in mint condition. Comes unframed. Comes with a certificate of authenticity. This piece looks absolutely spectacular once viewed in person. Peter Max: America’s most popular living artist. Peter Max has been a major force in the American art scene for over four generations. Peter Max Was Born In Berlin, But Spent The First Nine Years Of His Life In China And One Year In Tibet. His Family Then Traveled To Africa, Israel, Europe, And Finally Settled In The United States. In New York, Max Studied At The Art Students League, Pratt Institute, And The School Of Visual Arts. After Completing His Studies He Opened A Design Studio And In The Next Few Years Won More Than Sixty-Five Awards For Product, Fashion, Food, Book, And Poster Designs. In 1964 He Closed The Studio To Go Into "Creative Retreat." It Was Then That He Began Making The Colorful, Mind-Expanding Silkscreens Which Are His Hallmark. After Max's Second Retreat, From 1972 Until 1976, He "Reappeared" With A Book Of Fifty Paintings, In Honor Of Each State, Dedicated To The Bicentennial. Max Has Had Approximately Forty Museum Shows Internationally, Set Up Under The Auspices Of The Smithsonian Institution, And More Than Fifty Gallery Shows Worldwide. His Works Appear In The Prominent Collections Of Many Museums, Including The Museum Of Modern Art In New York. Max Is In The Collections Of World Leaders Including Five American Presidents, Ford, Carter, Reagan, Bush, And Clinton And He Is In Major Private Collections Worldwide.