Artist: Peter Max
Title: Blushing Beauty
Medium: Thick Hand Painted Acrylic on Canvas
Unframed: 60" x 48""
Framed: Currently not framed, but can be framed to your liking
Edition: No Edition Original 1/1 Hand Painting
Registration Number available upon request and hand written into the back of the canvas along with the copyright and year.
Make no mistake, this is the nicest original Peter Max we have ever seen. We have had the pleasure of seeing well over 100 original Max canvas pieces in person. Never have we come across an original acrylic on canvas with brighter colors or thicker brush strokes on any size of original Max painting, and this one measures a staggering 60x48 inches. We proudly present one of the finest, if not the nicest Peter Max ever offered.
The piece comes with a gallery certificate of authenticity.
The first to meet our bottom line on this beautiful original hand painted Leroy Neiman canvas will call this piece their own. Although Peter's mixed media pieces seem to be in abundance on the secondary market his original canvas pieces are a rare find and continue to get even harder to find. This piece is absolutely mint and was never displayed by the original owner. The colors are extremely vivid and bright.
About the artistPeter Max is a German artist known for his unique brand of rainbow-hued prints and paintings, which he has created since the early 1960s. Employing painterly strokes, his illustrations incorporate a wide spectrum of colors and patterns as seen in his Umbrella Man series. “I'm just wowed by the universe. I'm just glad to do something I love to do. I love color, I love painting, I love shapes, I love composition, I love the people around me,” he once exclaimed. “I'm adoring it all.” Born Peter Max Finkelstein on October 19, 1937 in Berlin, Germany, his parents fled the Nazi regime in 1938, moving between China, Israel, and Paris before settling in Brooklyn, NY in 1953. He went on to study at the Art Students League of New York, later becoming involved with psychedelic movement in the 1960s, creating a number of posters for bands of the time. Though he is an outspoken political activist and environmentalist, Max has also produced designs for the ad campaigns of several high-profile brands, including 7-Up and Chrysler. The artist’s works are included in the collections of The Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Indianapolis Museum of Art. He currently lives and works in New York, NY.