This set of four original lithographs by Peter Max are designed to show our Lady Liberty at various times of the day. All four are signed, numbered 46/300, and dated 1980. Each measures 13.5 х 10.4 inches framed. The frames are moderately scratched, and there is a very tiny speck on the matting of the fourth one (fuschia and yellow), but are in overall excellent condition. Total shipping cost may vary from the estimate on the right. Please message us with any questions.
Peter Max (American/German, b.1937) is a renowned graphic artist and illustrator who specializes in Neo Expressionism and Pop Art. Max was born in Berlin, Germany, but grew up in Shanghai, Haifa, and Paris. His love of art burgeoned while in Paris, where he took classes at the Louvre. In 1953, he and his family relocated to Brooklyn, NY, wher ehe received formal training at the Art Students League of New York under the tutelage of Frank J. Reilly. He then enrolled in the School of Visual Arts in New York, NY.
After graduating, Max founded a small art studio with artists Tom Daly and Don Rubbo, and his popularity blossomed when he created the advertising campaign for 7-Up in 1968. Two years later, The M.H. de Young Memorial Museum held an exhibit featuring solely Max's work, entitled "The World of Peter Max."
Max began his Statue of Liberty series in 1976 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the United States. He has painted for six U.S. Presidents, and his works hang in multiple U.S. embassies. His oeuvre included an installation of 100 Clintons, as well as 44 Obamas, which debuted on The Early Show. He has also been the official artist for the Grammy Awards, the 1994 World Cup, and the Super Bowl.
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