Daydream, a color serigraph by Peter Max, is on wove paper hand-signed in pencil in the lower right margin by the artist and numbered #191/350 in lower left. The art size is 11 7/8” x 14 ¾” and the black modern frame measures 26 ½” x 30 ½”. Both art and frame are in excellent condition. Included is the Park West 2014 Appraisal ($4,900).
Partial Bio: Peter Max (born Peter Max Finkelstein, October 19, 1937) is an American artist known for using bright colors in his work. Max synthesized the "Summer of Love" into artworks from canvas to mugs, clocks, scarves, clothes, and cruise ships. A master of Pop Art, he is the official portrait artist for the Statue of Liberty and welcome banners at the U.S. Ports of Entry. His work is an indispensable guide for cultural literacy of the 1960s, and his work commands a large following worldwide and is consistently collected by the art world. In 1938, Max's parents fled Berlin, Germany, his place of birth, to escape the fomenting Nazi movement, settling in Shanghai, China, where they lived for the next ten years. In 1948, the family moved to Haifa, Israel where they lived for several years. From Israel, the family continued moving westward and stopped in Paris for several months—an experience that Max said greatly influenced his appreciation for art. For more on Peter Max, Ref: Wikipedia