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The Garden
25" x 22"
$1,999.99
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The Garden-Peter Max-Limited Edition

The GardenBy Peter Max

$1,999.99
25" x 22"
Limited Edition
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About This Piece
The Art
LithographbrEdition of brSigned by the artistbrbrPublished in This print is a rare and collectable work of art As such it may show minor signs of handling aging or original printing defects It is guaranteed to be in very good condition or better To further inquire about this artwork please a targettop stylecoloref hrefmailtoFineArtartcomSubjectFineArtsend us an emailabrbrThis product is not eligible for discounts or coupon codes

Providing the art enthusiast with an affordable alternative to original art, this collectible item is limited to a one-time printing.
Product ID: 27077230576A
The Artist
Peter Max, German/American (1937- ). Peter Max was born in Berlin in 1937, but his family moved to China when he was still very young. In fact the young Max would move frequently with his family, learning about a variety of cultures throughout the world while traveling from Tibet to Africa to Israel to Europe until his family moved to the U.S. In America, Max was trained at the Art Students League, Pratt Institute, and the School of Visual Arts, all in New York. After closing his design studio in 1964, Peter began creating his characteristic paintings and graphic prints. From visionary pop artist of the 1960's, to master of dynamic neo Expressionism, Peter Max and his vibrant colors have become part of the fabric of contemporary American culture. Max rose to youthful prominence with his now-famous "Cosmic '60s" style, a bold linear type of painting which employed Fauvist use of color and depicted transcendental themes.