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Peter Max
Zero Man in Love, Peter Max

1997

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Artist: Peter Max (1937) Title: Zero Man in Love Year: 1997 Medium: Lithograph and acrylic on Arches paper Size: 10.5 x 8.5 inches Condition: Excellent Inscription: Signed and by the artist. PETER MAX (1937- ) Peter Max has achieved huge success and world-wide recognition for his artistic accomplishments as a multi-dimensional artist. From visionary Pop artist of the 1960s, to master of dynamic Neo Expressionism, his vibrant colors have become part of the fabric of contemporary American culture. Known as a "Global Artist" showing the need for greater responsibility to our planet, his creative talents have served important global and world events. During his career, he has been regarded as a passionate environmentalist and defender of human and animal rights, and many of his works have been dedicated to these noteworthy causes. His principles of freedom and democracy are depicted with his famous paintings of American icons of freedom including Lady Liberty and the American Flag.
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