Peter Max has evolved from a visionary Pop artist of the 1960s to a master of Neo-Expressionism. His vibrant and colorful works have become a lasting part of contemporary American culture and is synonymous with the spirit of the '60s and '70s.
During his long career, the artist has painted for six U.S. presidents, was the official artist for the 2006 Winter Olympics U.S. team, and has created art for Woodstock, World Cups, U.S. Opens, and Super Bowls.
This signed copy of "Red White and Blue" was part of a collaboration with the History Channel to support animal shelters across the country especially for the Fred SPCA in 2001. The original owner has enjoyed it for two decades and wanted to give someone else a chance to share in this piece of art and animal welfare history and offers it up to us on its twentieth anniversary!
Donated By Linda Dort | Century 21 New Millennium