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*Max, Peter 'Walking in Reeds' Signed 1991 Limited Edition Seriagraph 30''x 40.25''

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This serigraphs was printed in 1991 in an edition of 100 numbered 16/100

in Very Good Condition

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Peter Max now at the tender age of 81 was one of the original Pop Icon and known as a Psychedelic painter.

 Peter Max is a brilliant artist who became famous when he was very young. Max is always ahead of the curve and became a famous painter because of his talent which he used to spread his beliefs about animal rights, saving the environment and many many causes.

 In 1981 Peter started a campaign to restore the Statue of Liberty and convinced Lee Iacocca, Chairman of Chrysler Corporation to become chairman Liberty Renovations Project. President Ronald Reagan got involved and invited Max to the White House for Reagan’s first Fourth of July celebration. Peter completed six large Statue of Liberty paintings in the Rose Garden during the party with many world leaders and dignitaries looking on as Peter asked the President to add the final brush stroke; which delighted the President.

There are many more stories about Mr. Max and his charity. 
In the 60's he made his first television appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show the ultimate TV show of the 1960's. Soon after he was a guest on the Johnny Carson Show where the entire set design was covered with his artwork and in 1969 Max appeared on the cover of Life magazine.
Max is always ahead of the curve and became a famous painter because of his talent which he used to spread  In 1981 Peter started a campaign to restore the Statue of Liberty and convinced Lee Iacocca, Chairman of Chrysler Corporation to become chairman Liberty  Renovations Project. PresidentRonald Reagan got involved and invited Max to the White House for Reagan’s first Fourth of July celebration. Peter completed six large Statue of Liberty paintings in the Rose Garden during the party with many world leaders and dignitaries looking on as Peter asked the President to add the final brush stroke; which delighted the President.
In this poster for Ric O'Barry's Dolphin Project, Max donated his time and creative energy to produce a stunning poster. O'Barry was the man who trained the five dolphins the 1964 popular American TV series called Flipper. Dolphin Project is the longest-running anti-captivity dolphin welfare

organization in the world.    
He was visual arts innovator for the sixties and worked with the Beatles painting all of them in his unique style.

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