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The scene played out for years. Twice a week, in the late afternoon, above the Shun Lee Chinese restaurant on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, a creaky elevator would open, and out would step an elderly man. Thin as a rail, with a sparse mustache, he would sometimes have little idea about where or who he was. A pair of security doors would buzz unlocked once surveillance cameras identified him as the artist Peter Max.

Inside, he would see painters — some of them recruited off the street and paid minimum wage — churning out art in the Max aesthetic: cheery, polychrome, wide-brushstroke kaleidoscopes on canvas. Mr. Max would be instructed to hold out his hand, and for hours, he would sign the art as if it were his own, grasping a brush and scrawling Max. The arrangement, which continued until earlier this year, was described to The New York Times by seven people who witnessed it.

In the 1960s and 1970s, Mr. Max was a countercultural icon, a rare painter to achieve name recognition in the mainstream. His psychedelic renderings could be found on the cover of Time, the White House lawn and even a postage stamp. But several years ago, he received a diagnosis of symptoms related to Alzheimer’s, and he now suffers from advanced dementia. Mr. Max, 81, hasn’t painted seriously in four years, according to nine people with direct knowledge of his condition. He doesn’t know what year it is, and he spends most afternoons curled up in a red velvet lounger in his apartment, looking out at the Hudson River.

For some people, Mr. Max’s decline spelled opportunity. His estranged son, Adam, and three business associates took over Mr. Max’s studio, drastically increasing production for a never-ending series of art auctions on cruise ships, even as the artist himself could hardly paint.

Then, in 2015, Mr. Max’s second wife, Mary, asked a New York court to appoint a guardian to oversee her husband’s business. Soon after her request was granted, Adam took his father out of his home for more than a month, moving him between various locations around New York.

ImageMr. Max and family in 1967.

For five years and counting — the latest lawsuit came Friday — the artist’s family, friends and associates have been trading lurid courtroom allegations of kidnapping, hired goons, attempted murder by Brazil nut, and schemes to wring even more money out of what was already one of the most profitable art franchises in modern times. From Shun Lee to the high seas, the twilight years of Mr. Max’s life have produced a pursuit of art-auction profits and a trail of misfortune as surreal as his trippiest works.

‘Portrait of the Artist as a Very Rich Man’

Peter Max Finkelstein was never very discerning about his art. He was the son of German Jews who fled Berlin in 1938 and settled in Shanghai, where Mr. Max discovered the primary hues he’d been deprived of under bleak Nazi rule. Eventually, the Finkelsteins moved to Brooklyn, and by 1968 their son was a bona fide Pop Art sensation. But while other protagonists of the movement — like Andy Warhol and Roy Lichtenstein — used their art as a commentary on commercialism, Mr. Max’s happy palette defined it.

His DayGlo-inflected posters became wallpaper for the turn on, tune in, drop out generation. And as the hippies who loved his work grew up and became capitalists, so did Mr. Max. He painted a Statue of Liberty series with the backing of Lee Iacocca, the celebrity chief executive of Chrysler. He painted official artwork for the Super Bowl, the United States Open tennis tournament and the World Cup. He splashed his art on cereal boxes, bedsheets, a chunk of the Berlin Wall and Dale Earnhardt’s racecar. When Mr. Max appeared on the cover of Life, it was under the headline “Portrait of the Artist as a Very Rich Man.”

Money let Mr. Max indulge his eccentricities. After he divorced his first wife, Elizabeth Nance, in 1976, a staircase in his duplex connected two apartments so that she and their two children, Adam Cosmo and Libra Astro, could live downstairs. Mr. Max went on to have relationships with Rosie Vela, a model, and Tina Louise, who played Ginger on “Gilligan’s Island.” In 1996, on a Manhattan sidewalk, Mr. Max spotted Mary Balkin, a blond pixie with a Mia Farrow haircut, some 30 years his junior. He walked up and said, “Hi, I’m Peter Max, and I’ve been painting your profile my entire life.” They married a year later, officiated by Mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani.

By then, critics were dismissing Mr. Max as more artsy than artist, more concerned with commercial viability than creating museum-grade masterpieces. Mr. Max had a knack for the squishy business of art; he used to joke that “the difference between a $10,000 painting and a $20,000 painting is a couple inches of canvas,” according to a business associate who heard Mr. Max say this. In 1997, his looseness with money went too far, and he pleaded guilty to hiding $1.1 million in income from the I.R.S. Struggling financially, Mr. Max expanded a partnership with an organization called Park West Gallery.

Before founding the gallery in 1969, Albert Scaglione taught mechanical engineering at Wayne State University. Today he boasts that Park West is the world’s largest private art gallery, one that has sold 10 million works for billions of dollars. The majority of its revenue comes from boozy auctions held on cruise ships — and on the water, nobody sells like Mr. Max. One participant in a 2003 sales training session recalled Mr. Scaglione handing out two books: the Bible and “The Art of Peter Max.” (Through a lawyer, Mr. Scaglione said this did not happen.)

For the high-end clientele of Sotheby’s and Christie’s, Peter Max hardly registers. But for the 24 million people who take a cruise each year, Mr. Max is a star. This is an alternate, at-sea universe in which his works are the pinnacle of sophisticated collecting. Maxes can be found in Park West showrooms on all of the major cruise lines, including Royal Caribbean, Carnival and Norwegian. They promote the Park West auctions as an exhilarating onboard activity with complimentary Champagne — and take a cut of as much as 40 percent of sales, according to industry analysts. Norwegian has an entire Peter Max-themed ship, whose hull is dominated by his sunny Statue of Liberty and New York skyline.

With vacationing baby boomers bidding up his work, Mr. Max maintained his Manhattan lifestyle into the 2000s. He would attend galas with Ms. Max, then paint at his studio until 4 a.m., blaring Rage Against the Machine and Led Zeppelin. Ringo Starr and Herbie Hancock would stop by, enjoying takeout from Shun Lee.

Mr. Max was so prolific — and Park West was such a voracious buyer — that like many popular artists, he often relied on assistant painters to stretch canvases, paint backgrounds and apply templates. But Mr. Max always did the creating, according to individuals familiar with his work in this period. “These people would come in with boards and they’d be one-tenth done, the backgrounds, and Peter would do the images,” said Leo Bevilacqua, a photographer and close friend.

Mr. Max’s best pieces, however, were often not going to Park West’s auctions. One version of his creations — called “Peter’s keepers” — went to a warehouse in Lyndhurst, N.J. Lesser derivatives were touted on the cruise ships, where they would sell for as much as $30,000. Over the years, dissatisfied Park West customers complained that they were led to believe they were buying “one of a kind” Max works that would appreciate in value, only to return to land (and reliable Wi-Fi) and learn that the internet was glutted with similar works. There were more objections to works by other artists, including Salvador Dalí.

More than a dozen people sued; Park West either settled the cases, or they were dismissed. (Lawyers for the company said that the works in Mr. Max’s warehouse are not duplicates, and that every Max the gallery sells is unique. They also said that Park West instructs auctioneers to never use the word “investment” when describing art.)

‘He doesn’t do a blink of art’

By 2012, Mr. Max’s mental faculties were beginning to wane. He would sign books, squiggle designs on cocktail napkins for dinner companions, or hold a brush and put some paint on canvas for public appearances, but he struggled to truly create. In the next couple of years, Mr. Max stopped painting almost entirely. “The cruise ship art, he signs his name but he doesn’t do a blink of art on there,” Mr. Bevilacqua said. “He’s not capable of doing it anymore.”

Mr. Max’s studio is organized legally as ALP Inc., named after its three principals: His children Adam and Libra each own 40 percent, and Peter owns the remainder. As Mr. Max became increasingly unable to produce, ALP defaulted in 2012 on $5.4 million in bank loans, according to recent court filings.

Mr. Max asked Lawrence Moskowitz, an insurance agent, and Robert M. Frank, an accountant in Amityville, N.Y., to help revive the business, according to a lawyer for Mr. Moskowitz. After Hurricane Sandy struck in the fall of 2012, he and Mr. Frank assisted in claiming $300 million in flood insurance on the New Jersey warehouse where ALP stored “Peter’s keepers.” So far, they’ve recouped $48 million, with Mr. Moskowitz taking a 10 percent fee.

Mr. Moskowitz took a more active role in running the drifting studio. In exchange, his lawyer said, Mr. Max offered him 10 percent of ALP — half the artist’s stake. Mr. Moskowitz established an alliance with Gene Luntz, Mr. Max’s longtime salesman on his Park West account, and encouraged Adam Max to get more involved in the business.

Although Adam had technically been the president of ALP since its inception, in 2000, he had shown little interest in the day-to-day of his father’s business. But with his sister, Libra, living in Los Angeles, volunteering as a prominent animal rights activist, Adam began to work with Mr. Moskowitz to turbocharge ALP. He would later tell a court that his father asked him to take over active management.

Adam Max, Mr. Moskowitz and Mr. Luntz drastically increased business with Park West, relying on an expanding cast of artists to mimic Mr. Max’s more commercial work. In the acrylic-spattered space above the Chinese restaurant, according to seven people who have seen it, there were as many as 18 assistant painters and five people working on etchings.

To secure the studio, Adam Max installed surveillance cameras and doors with metal bars. His lawyer, Michael C. Barrows, said Adam deemed the measures necessary after noticing stolen works listed for sale online. He also began to monitor his father’s phone conversations and movements, according to court filings and people who observed the behavior. Mary and Libra Max, who had started to become increasingly concerned about her father, would later allege in separate court proceedings that they were both barred from the studio.

Peter Max continued to keep up appearances. His hip fashions, dyed brown hair and slim physique made him look physically healthy, even as his mental capacity diminished. Park West would request his presence at V.I.P. sales events, sometimes asking him to visit several cities in a weekend, according to three people who accompanied him. The gallery can sell more than $2 million worth of art on a single big-spender cruise, and meeting Peter Max in person was the ultimate perk.

Mr. Max played the part, but he was often confused and exhausted, according to the travel companions. He soiled himself on one cruise, said one person who was with him at the time. Back in New York, Mr. Luntz would take his usual 15 percent agent’s commission of what Mr. Max made on the road. Privately, Mr. Luntz called Mr. Max “Bozo,” as in the clown, according to a Max family friend. (Mr. Luntz declined to comment.)

The lawsuits begin

Some Max collectors started to hear that Mr. Max wasn’t painting. In a 2014 lawsuit against the artist, two New York businessmen, who had helped sell a rendition of Mr. Max’s Statue of Liberty series to a collector for $500,000, said they overheard Mr. Moskowitz remark that the artist had “not painted in years.” The suit alleged that a team of “ghost painters” created his pieces, and that “the extent of Mr. Max’s involvement with these paintings is limited to merely signing his name on the artwork when it’s completed.”

The case is continuing. A lawyer for Mr. Moskowitz disputed that his client made those statements. He added that Mr. Moskowitz had observed Mr. Max putting paint on canvas in recent years, but couldn’t say whether he had produced complete works.

The next year, 2015, is when Mary Max asked the Supreme Court of the State of New York to appoint a guardian to oversee her husband’s business. She later told the court that she began to be followed by private investigators and threatened by men who approached her on the street, warning her to stop interfering in her husband’s business.

The accusations only got more sensational. Ms. Max told the court that Adam had taken custody of his father and concealed his whereabouts from friends and family — that he had effectively “kidnapped” Mr. Max, according to court filings.

Adam said he was protecting his father from his stepmother’s verbal and physical abuse. Several sworn affidavits described Ms. Max as a neglectful, even punishing, figure in her husband’s life — a view that even came to be supported by the guardian she had sought to appoint.

In a transcript of a recorded conversation with her driver entered into evidence, Ms. Max inquires about hiring a goon to intimidate her husband and damage his painting hand. Several household employees also made allegations of neglect, including that Ms. Max withheld food from her husband and sometimes put “large Brazil nuts” in his smoothies, on which he might choke.

A lawyer for Ms. Max, John Markham, said that she and Mr. Max “adore each other, and she is very devoted to him.”

Not everyone agreed with the portrayal of an abusive marriage. One court-appointed lawyer testified that Mr. Max “stated several times, without prompting, how much he loved his wife” and that removing him from their home could be “highly detrimental” to Mr. Max’s mental well-being. Ultimately, a judge ordered Mr. Max to be returned to his wife’s care at their Riverside Drive home, appointing a guardian to oversee both his business and personal matters. Mr. Max continued to travel to the studio above Shun Lee and sign works of art, even as his condition steadily worsened.

As the Max family drama has played out, sales at Park West’s seaborne auctions have continued to infuse the studio with cash. According to an audit included in recent legal proceedings, from 2012 to 2018 ALP went from insolvency to Mr. Luntz generating a total of more than $93 million in sales. Its net profit for 2018 was more than $30 million — the studio’s best year ever.

Mr. Luntz’s lawyer, Gregory A. Clarick, said everything his client did was authorized by Mr. Max and, later, Adam Max. He added that Mr. Luntz “had no reason to believe at any time that any artwork ALP was selling was anything other than original and authentic Peter Max work.” (Mr. Frank, the accountant, did not respond to multiple requests for comment.)

Arguing that dementia fuels creativity

Park West is still aggressively selling Peter Max aboard the world’s cruise ships. Just before Christmas, the gallery had some of the best real estate on the Mariner of the Seas, a Royal Caribbean ship drifting through the mint-blue waters off Coco Cay in the Bahamas. With Max pieces front and center, Park West had set up in a narrow corridor between the main dining room and the restrooms, which made it hard for anyone who went to dinner and had to use the toilet to avoid a Park West salesperson.

Before an auction one afternoon, I asked a Park West employee named Steven — a South African in a sharp black suit — about the prominently displayed Maxes. He called Mr. Max “America’s painter laureate” and started in on a sales pitch for “Umbrella Man,” a florid silhouette of the back of a bulbous man in the rain. It was valued, he said, at $30,000.

Steven then turned to a framed rendering of an American flag, which he said Mr. Max painted in 2016. The artist’s dementia, Steven continued, made Mr. Max even more creative and prolific. He offered me a mimosa and a line of credit with a V.I.P. Park West monthly payment plan. (A lawyer for Park West said employees were instructed not to say Mr. Max’s dementia has made him more prolific.)

Soon there was a standing-room-only crowd. “Time and again our V.I.P. collectors come in on cruises with one purpose and one purpose only,” Steven told the group. “To collect a Max.” A man in the front row was wearing a blue muscle shirt and backward cap, his drink pass hanging around his sunburned neck. When he heard Mr. Max’s name, he shouted, “That’s why I’m here!”

This pleased Steven. “If you want to walk off this ship with a superb artist, if you want to take your art to the top level of collecting, look no further,” Steven said. He added, “The fact that you can collect a Peter Max for way under $250,000 is astonishing.”

An encounter with Mr. Max

Libra Max, distressed about her father’s declining health, started to get more involved in the family business about two years ago. In January 2019, she and Mr. Max’s guardian voted to oust Adam from ALP and name her president and chief executive. Weeks later, she filed a lawsuit to restrain Adam from interacting with the company. She also terminated Mr. Moskowitz and Mr. Frank’s consulting agreements, and fired many of the studio’s assistant painters.

In a statement, Libra said that she was pursuing legal action “against those who continue to harm and exploit my father” and that her goal “is to bring the studio back to my father’s vision.”

In part, that means keeping Mr. Max’s art accessible, but pulling back from the kitschy renderings of Marilyn Monroe popular with Park West’s clientele and showcasing his earlier, edgier work in coastal galleries and museums.

She has also entered open warfare against Park West. In April, Libra filed a lawsuit alleging the gallery improperly took some 23,000 works from Mr. Max’s trove of “keepers,” paying approximately $14.7 million when their actual value was at least $100 million.

The day before, Park West, after learning that Libra had concerns about the deal, sued ALP, alleging breach of contract. (ALP has moved to dismiss the complaint.) Park West says the allegations in Libra’s suit are baseless.

Luke Nikas, a top art lawyer in New York, said Park West first heard last fall that Mr. Max wasn’t painting, when Mr. Nikas and others — including The New York Times — received an anonymous tip. Park West hired Mr. Nikas and Robert Wittman, a former F.B.I. agent who specializes in art fraud, to conduct an investigation. The inquiry concluded that the studio “met every legal standard you can come up with,” Mr. Nikas said. He did not dispute that Mr. Max suffered from dementia, and noted that the 20th-century Dutch-American artist Willem de Kooning also had the ailment and remained productive.

He compared Mr. Max to Warhol and conceptual artists like Jeff Koons and Damien Hirst, who exert creative control but typically rely on others to paint or construct the art. “Not a single work goes out the door without being hand signed by Peter Max,” Mr. Nikas said.

In a stratified art market, he added, “when there is so much criticism of wealth and money,” Mr. Max’s process allows “ordinary people the opportunity to buy something that is authentic.”

Paul J. Schwiep, a lawyer for Park West, said that he and Mr. Scaglione, the company founder, visited the studio in February and saw Mr. Max painting — an anecdote that also appeared in Park West’s legal complaint against ALP. “He complained about how much he was working, said he’s never been busier in his life,” Mr. Schwiep said. Mr. Nikas later told me that Mr. Schwiep misspoke, and that Mr. Max had only been signing prints the day Mr. Scaglione visited, not painting.

One Wednesday evening in April, I showed up at Peter Max’s apartment. A housekeeper instructed me to take off my shoes and wipe the bottom of my bare feet with disinfecting wipes. The blinds were pulled, and Mr. Max was alone at a marble dining table eating vegetarian sushi and drinking what looked like chocolate-flavored Ensure. There were minimal furnishings except for a piano covered in a plastic tarp and a couple of yoga mats. The air smelled like a mix of patchouli and Clorox.

A coffee-colored cat, one of at least a half dozen, curled up in Mr. Max’s lap. I spotted the winding staircase he’d used after his divorce. I told Mr. Max that I was a Times reporter — and that two family friends had suggested that I stop by — but he didn’t seem to understand. He just shrugged, asked me several times what year it was and then told me that he had spent his childhood in Shanghai.

For months, I’d been hoping to speak with Mr. Max. I wanted to ask him directly about his career and the drama of recent years, but now that I saw his confusion for myself, I didn’t attempt an interview. So I thanked him and turned to leave.

That’s when I spotted one of his earlier works hanging on an otherwise empty wall. The deep movement of the piece drew me in — the teals and yellows of an otherworldly garden party bouncing from the canvas and radiating something joyful. It hit me that long before a Max work ever sold on a cruise ship, the man had been a great — even avant-garde — artist.

The painting stayed with me, and as I walked back out onto the street, I thought about an old Max comment I had recently seen on the Park West website. “I’m just wowed by the universe,” Mr. Max had said. “I love color. I love painting. I love shapes. I love composition. I love the people around me. I’m adoring it all. My legacy is in the hands of other people.”

Sours: https://www.nytimes.com/2019/05/28/business/peter-max-dementia-cruise-ship-auctions.html

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Peter Max lithograph

Peter Max (American 1937- )- ''Night Winds''- lithograph in colors, 1971, signed, dated and numbered 38/100 in pencil, good condition. 21 x 29...

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Peter Max, Statue of Liberty, Oil on Canvas

Peter Max, "Statue of Liberty", oil on canvas, signed, 36" x 36", frame 47" x 47". Provenance: From the estate of Joseph J. Maniscalco in Boston, Massachusetts...

Price: US$7,000 - US$10,000

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Peter Max, American/German (Born 1937)

Peter Max, American/German (Born 1937) Mixed Media and Lithography on Paper "God Bless America' Signed Lower Right. Sight measures 23-1/2" H x 17-3/4" W, frame measures 32-1/4" H x 26-1/2" W...

Price: US$1,000 - US$1,500

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Peter Max (American, b. 1937), "American Flag"

Peter Max (American, b. 1937) "American Flag" mixed media on paper signed lower right, with dedication lower left "Bravo! to Senator Lloyd & B.A. Bentsen". Unframed. 14" x 12" Provenance: The Estate...

Price: US$1,000 - US$1,500

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Peter Max silkscreen in color

Peter Max (American 1937- )- ''Monk with hat''- silkscreen in color, 1979, signed and numbered 122/200 in pencil. 30 x 22 1/2...

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Peter Max Statue of Liberty

Peter Max, "Statue of Liberty", mixed media oil on paper, silkscreen image with dedication verso, 19" x 15" view, 33" x 28 1/2" in frame, glazed. Provenance: Massachusetts collection...

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Peter Max Mini Flying Pegasus

Peter Max, "Mini Flying Pegasus", mixed media, 15" x 16" image, 24" x 28" framed, signed dedication verso. Provenance: Massachusetts collection...

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Peter Max Peace on Earth II

Peter Max, "Peace on Earth II", mixed media, 20" x 16" image, 32 1/2" x 28 1/2" framed, signed dedication verso. Provenance: Massachusetts collection...

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Peter Max Peace on Earth

Peter Max, "Peace on Earth", mixed media, signed, 23" x 17 1/2" view, 39 1/2" x 33 1/2" framed. Provenance: Massachusetts collection...

Price: US$1,000 - US$1,500

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Peter Max, American/German (Born 1937)

Peter Max, American/German (Born 1937) Mixed Media and Original Sketch on Paper "Yellow Brick Road" Signed Lower Right. Measures 21-1/2" H x 22-1/4" W, frame measures 43-1/4" H x 34-1/4" W. Condition...

Price: US$1,000 - US$3,000

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2 Peter Max items

Peter Max items. 1), General Electric Alarm Clock, some wear. 5 x 2 3/8 x 3'' 2). Metal tray with butterfly decoration, various nicks and scratches. 12 3/4'' dia...

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PETER MAX - LIBERTY HEAD II COLLAGE - MIXED MEDIA PAINTING

Peter Max (b.1937) Liberty Head II Collage (1997) - an original mixed medial with acrylic painting on board, with a central Statue Of Liberty surrounded by abstract symbols and imagery on a lithograph...

Price: £1,500 - £2,500
ca. US$2,056 - US$3,427

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Print, Peter Max

Peter Max (German/American, b. 1937), "Flowers in Vase," screenprint, unsigned, trial proof, sheet (unframed): 44"h x 35"w. Note: Release of Sale From SOMA Fine Art Press accompanies the lot. reports...

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Peter Max-Jakobsen

Peter Max-Jakobsen (b. Aalborg 1973) “Team 3, Plan B”, 2007. Signed, dated and titled on the reverse. Oil on canvas. 85×200 cm. Unframed. Has preciously been exhibited at Himmerlands Art Museum on the...

Price: DKK20,000 - DKK25,000
ca. US$3,171 - US$3,964

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Peter Max (Born 1937)

Peter Max, American/German (Born 1937) Acrylic Embellished and Sketch on Paper "Angel with Heart" Signed Lower Right. Measures 30" x 22", frame measures 41-1/4" x 34-1/4". Condition: Good condition...

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Peter Max, (American, b. 1937), "Quadrillage", 1973, lithograph on paper...

Peter Max (American, b. 1937) "Quadrillage", 1973 lithograph on paper pencil-signed lower right and numbered "81/250" lower left, artist's blind stamp lower left. Matted, glazed and framed. 17" x...

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Peter Max, Umbrella Man, Oil on Canvas

Peter Max, "Umbrella Man", oil on canvas, 36" x 24", framed 41" x 29 1/4". no markings on back of canvas. Provenance: North Wales, Pennsylvania estate...

Price: US$4,000 - US$6,000

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PETER MAX - LIBERTY HEAD II COLLAGE - MIXED MEDIA PAINTING

Peter Max (b.1937) Liberty Head II Collage (1997) - an original mixed medial with acrylic painting on board, with a central Statue Of Liberty surrounded by abstract symbols and imagery on a lithograph...

Price: £800 - £1,200
ca. US$1,112 - US$1,669

Date: 28 Jun 2021 - 5 Jul 2021

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Peter Max (Born 1937)

Peter Max, American / German (Born 1937) Etching on Paper "Seated Man" Pencil Signed and Numbered 41/48. Measures 15" x 19-1/2", frame measures 32-3/8" x 36-1/8". Condition: Good condition. Toning...

Price: US$1,000 - US$2,000

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Peter Max (American, b. 1937), "Peace on Earth"

Peter Max (American, b. 1937) "Peace on Earth" serigraph pencil-signed lower right, numbered "268/300" and with artist's blind stamp lower left. Matted, glazed and framed. sight 12" x 8-1/2", framed...

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Peter Max

Peter Max American, b. 1937 (i) A Wink, 1987 Signed Max and dated 1987 (ur) Ink on paper 8 3/4 x 11 inches (ii) Woman with a Cane, 1987 Signed Max and dated 1987 (ur); dedicated To Helen/Love Peter...

Price: US$1,000 - US$1,500

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Peter Max

Peter Max (born 1937) Satchidananda Guru, Teacher of Light, 1972 Silkscreen in colors on TH Saunders paper, signed in pencil and numbered 'HC/VII' (aside from the edition of 300), with full margins...

Date: 16 Dec 2019 - 17 Dec 2019

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Peter Max (American, b. 1937) Lot of Three Prints: ColossusPeter Max...

Peter Max (American, b. 1937) Lot of Three Prints: Colossus, Red Sun, and Burst Colossus signed and dated "Zen Max 71" l.r., numbered "50/300" l.l.; Red signed "Zen Max 71" l.r., numbered "O/P II...

Price: US$1,000 - US$1,200

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Peter Max (geb. 1937), Gemälde „Portrait 9595“, USA, 1990

Acryl auf Leinwand USA, 1990 Peter Max (geb. 1937) – US-Amerikanischer Pop Art Künstler Signiert oben rechts „Max“ Maße, gerahmt: 75,5 x 65,5 cm Guter Zustand Provenienz: Deutscher Privatbesitz...

Price realised: €4,560
ca. US$6,206

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PETER MAX

Peter Max is a multi-dimensional creative artist. He has worked with oils, acrylics, water colors, finger paints, dyes, pastels, charcoal, pen, multi-colored pencils, etchings, engravings, animation cells, lithographs, serigraphs, silk screens, ceramics, sculpture, collage, video and computer graphics. He loves all media, including mass media as a "canvas" for his creative expression.

As in his prolific creative output, Max is as passionate in his creative input. He loves to hear amazing facts about the universe and is as fascinated with numbers and mathematics as he is with visual phenomena. "If I didn't choose art, I would have become an astronomer," states Max, who became fascinated with astronomy while living in Israel, following a ten-year upbringing in Shanghai, China. "I became fascinated with the vast distances in space as well as the vast world within the atom," says Max.

Peter's early childhood impressions had a profound influence on his psyche, weaving the fabric that was to become the tapestry of his full creative expression. It was a childhood filled with magic and adventure, an odyssey the likes of which few people have had, artists included.

European born, Peter was raised in Shanghai, China, where he spent his first ten years. He lived in a pagoda-style house situated amidst a Buddhist monastery, a Sikh temple and a Viennese cafe. And yet, with all that richness and diversity of culture, he still had a dream of an adventure yet to come in a far-off land called America. From American comic books, radio broadcasts and cinema shows, young Peter formed an impression of the land of Captain Marvel, Flash Gordon, swing jazz, swashbucklers, freedom and creativity. But the American adventure was far in the future. In the decade to follow, Peter would discover many other fascinating worlds that fanned the fires of his imagination.

At the age of ten, Peter and his parents traveled across the vast expanse of China to a Tibetan mountain camp at the foothills of the Himalayas. Then they journeyed 9,000 feet up to a beautiful, white-turreted hotel in a mountain paradise that seemed like Shangri-La. After their return to Shanghai, the family left on another voyage of discovery, around India, the continent of Africa, and Israel, where Peter studied art with a Viennese fauve painter. It was in Israel that young Peter also developed a love and fascination for astronomy.


In 1953, Peter's family emigrated to America after a six-month visit to Paris. Though it was a relatively short stay, Peter enrolled in an art school and absorbed the culture and art heritage of Paris. At the age of sixteen, Peter realized his childhood vision and arrived in America. After completing high school, he continued his art studies at The Art Student's League, a renowned, traditional academy across from Carnegie Hall in Manhattan. Here, Peter learned the rigid disciplines of realism and developed into a realist painter.

When he left art school, Max had become fascinated with new trends in commercial illustration and graphic arts, from America as well as Europe and Japan. He decided to try his hand at it and within a short time, he won awards for album covers and book jackets, which combined his own brand of realism with graphic art techniques. Max also admired the work of contemporary photographers such as Bert Stern, Richard Avedon, and Irving Penn, which led to his photo collage period, in which he had captured the psychedelic era of the mid '60s. As the '60s progressed, the photo collages gave way, to his famous "Cosmic '60s" style, with its distinctive line work and bold color combinations. This new style developed as a spontaneous creative urge, following Max's meeting with Swami Satchidananda, an Indian Yoga master who taught him meditation and the spiritual teachings of the East. Max's Cosmic '60s art, with its transcendental imagery captured the imagination of the entire generation and catapulted the young artist to fame and fortune. Max was suddenly on numerous magazine covers, including Life Magazine, and appeared on national TV. Max's visual impact on the '60s has often been compared to the influence the Beatles had with their music.

In the 1970s, Max gave up his commercial pursuits and went into retreat to begin painting in earnest. He submersed himself in his art for several years, and was only induced to come out of retreat on occasion through special commissions by the Federal government agencies: the U.S. Border murals, the first 10¢ U.S. postage stamp, and projects for the Federal Energy Commission. For July 4, 1976, Max created a special installation and art book, Peter Max Paints America, to commemorate America's bicentennial. It was the year Max also began his annual July 4th tradition of painting the Statue of Liberty. In 1982, Max painted six Liberties on the White House lawn, and then personally helped to actualize the statue's restoration, which was completed in 1986.

In the years that followed, Max developed his new atelier, with a primary focus on paintings, mixed media works and limited graphic editions. Of the thousands of requests that came in for posters, Max was drawn to those that synchronized with his own concerns: environmental, human, and animal rights. He began a series of works called the Better World series, and created a painting called "I love the World," depicting an angel embracing the planet, inspired by his backstage experience at the Live Aid concert.

In 1989, for the 20th anniversary of Woodstock, Max was asked to create world's largest rock-and-roll stage for the Moscow Music Peace Festival. Soon after the festival, in October, 1989, Max unveiled his "40 Gorbys," a colorful homage to Mikhail Gorbachev. Prophetically, a few weeks later, communism fell in Eastern Europe and Max was selected to receive a 7,000-pound section of the Berlin Wall, which was installed on the Aircraft Carrier U.S.S. Intrepid Museum. Using a hammer and chisel, Max carved a dove from within the stone and placed it on top of the wall to set it free.

In 1991, Max's one-man retrospective show at the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersberg drew the largest turnout for any artist in Russian history. Over 14,500 people attended!

As a painter for four former U.S. Presidents (Carter, Ford, Bush and Reagan) in 1993, Max was approached by the inaugural committee to create posters for Bill Clinton's inauguration. He was later invited to the White House to paint the signing of the Peace Accord.

Max has always been ready to apply his creative talent to important global events and has produced posters for many such events, including Summit of the Americas, Gorbachev's State of the World Forum, and the United Nations Earth Summit, for which he had designed a series of twelve stamps that became the best-selling stamps in U.N. history. For the U.N.'s 50th anniversary, Max produced an installation of fifty paintings in different color combinations of the landmark United Nations Building.

A lover of music, Max has been designated Official Artist for the Grammys, The 25th Anniversary of the New Orleans Jazz Festival and the Woodstock Music Festival.

In the sports arena, Max has been the Official Artist for five Super Bowls, The World Cup USA, The U.S. Tennis Open and the NHL All-Star Game.

Always an optimist, Max sees a fabulous new age for the new millennium, filled with enormous possibilities. He also sees a need for a greater responsibility to our planet, and he is ever ready to serve as the "Global Artist."

Sours: https://www.paragonfineart.com/artists/peter-max.html
wanted pieces  

Heart
Original Painting - Acrylic on Canvas - WANTED
10" x 10" ONLY PLEASE

peter max disney mickey mouse suite IV #4
judy / james

Disney Mickey Mouse #4 - WANTED
Serigraph
1995
16" x 14"
Hand Signed and Numbered #

Max Liberty 2003
susan

Liberty 2003 - WANTED
Lithograph
24" x 24"
Hand Signed and Numbered #

peter max american gothic
gwen / maxAmerican gothic - WANTED
SerigraphLimited Editions availableMax God Bless America IIIMax United We Stand II Max Peace on Earth IIMax Land of the Free Home of the BraveMax Liberty and Justice For AllMax God Bless America IV
peggy

911 Suite
Mixed media with acrylic and color lithography on paper. Signed in acrylic.
38" x 32"
Unique
Framed
Price $15,000

Titles Include:

Peace on Earth II
God Bless America IV
Land of the Free, Home of the Brave
God Bless America III
Liberty and Justice For All
United We Stand II

Max God Bless America IIIMax United We Stand II Max Peace on Earth IIMax Land of the Free Home of the BraveMax Liberty and Justice For AllMax God Bless America IV
chet

911 Suite
Mixed media with acrylic and color lithography on paper. Signed in acrylic.
38" x 32"
Unique
Framed
Price $25,000

Titles Include:

Peace on Earth II
God Bless America IV
Land of the Free, Home of the Brave
God Bless America III
Liberty and Justice For All
United We Stand II

Max Abstract Flowers
toddAbstract Flowers
Serigraph in color on wove paper.
1994
Sheet Size: 40" x 34"
Image Size: 32" x 24 1/2"
Hand Signed and Numbered #205/300 Max Across the Room
michaelAcross the Room
Lithograph
Hand Signed and Numbered #160/200
Price: $2,500Max American 500 Sunset
pam

American 500: Sunset
Mixed media with acrylic and color lithography on paper. Signed in acrylic.
19" x 25"
Unique
Framed

 
paulAndy with Moustache
Lithograph
1989
39" x 25"
Open Edition
Price: $600

Note: Orig Seri on paper, 1989, 40" x 32", ed size 300, retail value, $11,000
max angel with heart

Angel With Heart
Serigraph
Hand Signed and Numbered #169/350
Price $4,250

 peter max angel with heart
joyceAngel with Heart
2000
Mixed media with acrylic and color lithography on paper. Signed in acrylic.
25" x 17 1/2"
Unique
Framed
Price: $9,150 Max Angel with heart Collage
rob Angel with heart Collage, ver II
Mixed media with acrylic painting and collage on paper
14" x 12"
Signed in pigment
Unique
Price: $3,000 peter max Angel with heart Collage, ver II
cindy Angel with heart Collage, ver II
Mixed media with acrylic painting and collage on paper
14" x 12"
Signed in pigment
Unique
Price: $3,000 Max Being with Moorti
jen

Being with Moorti - on Top of the World
Serigraph
1972
22" x 30
Hand Signed and Numbered #38/100
Replacement Value: $9,000
Price: $6,300 or best offer

 
peter max better world
adriaBetter World
Serigraph
39� x 31"
Hand Signed and Numbered #19/145
Price $2,500 peter max better world
markBetter World
Serigraph
18� x 8-1/2"
Hand Signed and Numbered #48/350
Price $3,125 peter max better world III
markBetter World III
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
1999
24� x 18"
Unique
Price $16,00 peter max better world III
steveBetter World III
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
1999
24� x 18"
Unique
Price $6,100 
johnBetter World III
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
1999
24� x 18"
Unique
Price $5,950 max better world III
davidBetter World III
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
1999
24� x 18"
Unique
Price $6,400 
brookeBetter World III
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
1999
24� x 18"
Unique
Price $6,200  Max Bluebeard
susanBluebeard
Serigraph on Paper
1974
14" x 10"
Hand Signed and Numbered #2/150
Replacement Value: $2,750
Price: $1,250

Offers Seriously Considered
 peter max blushing beauty
ginnyBlushing Beauty - Profile/Flying Angel
Etching on paper
Remarqued
2017
11� x 9�
Hand Signed and Numbered #300/495
Price $3,375  peter max blushing beauty on blends
ginnyBlushing Beauty on Blends
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
2006
10� x 8�
Unique
Price $2,500  Max Blushing Beauty
kimberBlushing Beauty
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
30� x 22�
Unique
Price $4,000 peter max brown lady with vase
shirleyBrown Lady with Vase
Lithograph on Paper
1973
27-1/2"  x 21-1/2"
Edition Size 300 Numbered
Hand Signed and Numbered #Artist Proof
Replacement Value: $15,000
Price $3,750

Motivated Client.  Will Consider All Serious Offers

 Peter Max Brown Lady Memories
melissaBrown Lady Memories
Mixed media, acrylic on paper
35.5 x 31.5
Price $10,000 peter max circus performer
billCircus Performer
Lithograph on Paper
1976
17" x 16"
Replacement Value: $3,000
Price: $3,000 max circus performer with bird
johnCircus Performer with Bird
Lithograph
1976
8" x 11"
Hand Signed and Numbered #223/300
Price: $3,125 max colassus IIColossus II
Serigraph
1971
Hand Signed and Numbered #167/300
22" x 30"
Price $4,750 max colassus II
paulColossus II
Serigraph
1971
Hand Signed and Numbered #37/300
22" x 30"
Price $5,625peter max Cosmic Flyer with Sun on Blends
samanthaCosmic Flyer with Sun on Blends
(Sun and Stars Suite)
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper. Signed in acrylic
|Unique
2005
17" x 13" Max Cosmic Holiday
monikaCosmic Holiday
Lithograph
1982
7" x 7"
Hand Signed and Numbered #260/280
Price $2,750 Max Cosmic Runner
donnaCosmic Runner
Lithograph
2000
23-1/2 x 23-1/2"
Hand Signed and Numbered #274/300
Price $5,000peter max cosmic sunriseCosmic Sunrise Ver I
Original Mixed Medium
Woodstock Series
#44 (2004)
Image Size 11 x 8.5
Frame designed by Max to accompany this piece Max Day Dreaming
michaelDay Dreaming
Lithograph
Hand Signed and Numbered #99/165
Price: $2,500 peter max delta
narineeDelta
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
29 1/2 by 24
Unique
Framed
Price $9,650 peter max Discovery
allanDiscovery
Serigraph
27" x 48"
Hand Signed and Numbered #245/300
Price: $6,000 Peter Max Disney Commemorative Suite II
samanthaDisney Commemorative Suite II
Serigraph
16" x 14"
Hand Signed and Numbered #445/500
Framed
Price: $10,000 peter max disney donald duck
aaronDisney Donald Duck
Serigraph on Museum Board
16" x 14"
Hand Signed and Numbered #134/500
Framed
Price $3,750 Max Disney Donald Duck Suite
michaelDisney Donald Duck Suite
(Suite of 4)
Lithograph
Hand Signed and Numbered #116/500
Price: $5,000 Peter Max disney Goofy
joeDisney Goofy
Serigraph on Paper
14" x 14
Hand Signed and Numbered #AP66/75
Price $ peter max disney mickey mouse
charlesDisney Mickey Mouse
From Mickey Mouse Suite II
Lithograph
Hand Signed and Numbered #/500
Price: $1,350 peter max disney snow white
lisaDisney Snow White
From the Suite of 4
Serigraph
1994
16" x 14"
Hand Signed and Numbered # /500
Price: $3,000  peter max disney snow white suite
charlesDisney Snow White Suite
(Suite of 4)
Lithograph
Hand Signed and Numbered #/500
Price: $3,125 peter max eastern europe museum tour
kim

Eastern Europe Museum Tour
Number 3
Mixed Media w/ Acrylic and offset lithography
1980
Unique
19.5" x 23-7/8"
Price: $4,875

 carolynExperiencing Nothing
Serigraph
Hand Signed and Numbered #47/100
Price: $2,500 Max Faces of Melody
bruceFaces of Melody
Lithograph
1972
Hand Signed and Numbered #85/100
Price: $3,750 Max Faciliti Link Flowers
robert Faciliti Link Flowers
Mixed media with acrylic painting and collage on paper
24" x 18"
Signed in pigment
Unique
Price: $9,250 
paulFantasy Lady
Lithograph
1983
29�" x 41"
Hand Signed and Numbered #37/75
Price: $11,875 Peter Max Fishing Collage
robFishing Collage
Mixed media with acrylic painting and collage on paper
12" x 14"
Signed in pigment
Unique
Price: $3,000 peter max fishing collage
dianeFishing Collage
Mixed media with acrylic painting and collage on paper
12" x 14"
Signed in pigment
Unique
Price: $2,800 Peter Max Flag
richardFlag
Mixed media painting with acrylic and offset. signed lithograph on paper.
From Eastern European museum tour no. 3
19 1/2" x 23 7/8"
Registration # 77620
Price $4,875 peter max flag with heart
vickyFlag with Heart
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
18" x 24"
Unique
Framed
Price $6,250 max flag with heart
stasoFlag with Heart
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
18" x 24"
Unique
Framed
Price $7,300peter max flag with heart
melodieFlag with Heart
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
18" x 24"
Unique
FramedMax Flag with Heart II
bianca

Flag with Heart II
Lithograph

24" x 28"
Hand Signed and Numbered #278/300

 Peter Max Flag with Heart on Blends
bethFlag with Heart on Blends
2005
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
8" x 10"
Unique
Framed
Price $5,625 or best offer  Flowers
Serigraph
Hand Signed and Numbered #118/300
36-1/2" x 27-1/2"
Price $8,750 Peter Max Flowers in Brown
georgeFlowers in Brown
Serigraph
Hand Signed and Numbered #90/300
27" x 20"
Price $2,500 peter max flowers in vase
jeffbohnFlowers in Vase
Lithograph
Hand Signed and Numbered #130 of 200
Price $3,600 Peter Max Flower Spectrum
adinaFlower Spectrum
Lithograph
1990
27" x 36"
Hand Signed and Numbered #149/150
Replacement Value: $6,700
Price $3,
125 Max Friends
patrickFriends
Lithograph
2001
19" x 26-1/2"
Hand Signed and Numbered #164/300
Replacement Value: $4,500
Price: $2,200 Max From Another Planet
michael From Another Planet
Lithograph
Hand Signed and Numbered #61/165
Price: $2,500 Max Galaxy Lady
howardGalaxy Lady
Serigraph
1972
16" x 18-1/2
Hand Signed and Numbered #AP XVIII
Replacement Value: $6,000
Price: $5,000  Max Galaxy Lady
brettGalaxy Lady
Serigraph
1972
16" x 18-1/2
Hand Signed and Numbered #169/300
Replacement Value: $6,000
Price: $6,250  peter max geometric #2
julieGeometric #2
Lithograph
1976
5" x 5"
Hand Signed and Numbered #198/300
Price: $2,350  peter max geometric 2 and 3
lisaGeometric #2 & #3
Lithograph
1976
5" x 5"
Hand Signed and Numbered #
Price: $2,500  Max Geometric #3
brettGeometric #3
Lithograph
1976
5" x 5"
Hand Signed and Numbered #
Price: $500  peter max god bless america
peterGod Bless America - 5 Liberties
Unique
Mixed Media on Paper
20" x 16"
Price: $4,100 Max God Bless America
randGod Bless America - 5 Liberties ver 1 #107
Unique
Mixed Media on Paper
Signed in Acrylic
20" x 16"
Price: $5,950 peter max God Bless America II
jeffGod Bless America II
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
Unique
24� x 18�
Price $6,250 Max God Bless America II
ChandlerGod Bless America II
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
Unique
24� x 18�
Price $9,375 Peter max Harvest Enigma
caseHarvest Enigma
Lithograph
21-1/2" x 30"
Hand Signed and Numbered #36/100
Price $3,750 Max Heart on Blends
jaimeHeart on Blends
Mixed Media
2013
Unique
10" x 8"
Price: $4,250 Peter Max His Own Eclipse
michaelHis Own Eclipse
Serigraph on Fabiano
1978
29.75" x 22"
Hand Signed and Numbered #196/250
Price $2,500 Peter Max His Own Eclipse
lloydHis Own Eclipse
Serigraph on Fabiano
1978
29.75" x 22"
Hand Signed and Numbered #250/250
Price $3,450 max homage to picasso

debbieHomage to Picasso
V. 3 XI
Etching
Hand Signed and Numbered #79/99
Price $3,600 Peter Max Homage to PicassoPeter Max Homage to PicassoPeter Max Homage to PicassoPeter Max Homage to Picasso
peterHomage to Picasso
(4 Piece Suite)
Lithograph on Paper
Framed Size: 26-1/2" x 30-1/2"
Price: $4,375 peter max i love the world
ray I Love the World
Serigraph
2012
9" x 18"
Hand Signed and Numbered: #
Price: $1,750 peter max i lover the world collage
gary I Love the World Collage
Mixed media with acrylic painting and collage on paper
12" x 14"
Signed in pigment
Unique
Price: $1,875 peter max i lover the world collage
rob I Love the World Collage
Mixed media with acrylic painting and collage on paper
12" x 14"
Signed in pigment
Unique
Price: $3,000 Max I Love the World Collage
chris I Love the World Collage
Mixed media with acrylic painting and collage on paper
12" x 14"
Signed in pigment
Unique
Price: $3,250 peter max images of an era suite
gloriaImages of an Era
Serigraph
Suite of 5
1983
36" x 26" each
Hand Signed and Numbered #75/300
Portfolio cover hand-signed "Earth Day 1990 Peter Max"
Price: $21,250

Includes: Sage, Umbrella Man, Zero, Dega and Woman, & Profiles
 peter max images of an era suite
paulImages of an Era
Serigraph
Suite of 5
1983
36" x 26" each
Hand Signed and Numbered #67/300
Portfolio cover hand-signed "Earth Day 1990 Peter Max"
Price: $28,125

Includes: Sage, Umbrella Man, Zero, Dega and Woman, & Profiles
 peter max images of an era suite
kenImages of an Era
Serigraph
Suite of 5
1983
36" x 26" each
Hand Signed and Numbered #210/300
Portfolio cover hand-signed "Earth Day 1990 Peter Max"
Price: $

Includes: Sage, Umbrella Man, Zero, Dega and Woman, & Profiles
 Peter Max In Dream State
darylIn Dream State
Lithograph
22" x 30"
Hand Signed and Numbered #H/C
Price: $4,000 Max Jamaica, Palm Beach
triciaJamaica, Palm Beach
Lithograph
1974
Paper Size: 22 x 29 inches
Hand Signed and Numbered #92/150
Price: $5,625  John F. Kennedy
Serigraph
1989
Hand Signed and Numbered #116/495
Price $2,250 peter max jumperJUMPER
Serigraph
Price $18,500 Max Lady in Gray
roy

Lady in Gray
Lithograph
1978
Hand Signed and Numbered #110/300
Price $1,875

 Max Lady with Feathers
michaelLady with Feathers
Lithograph
Hand Signed and Numbered #137/165
Price: $3,000 
paulLady with Flowers
Serigraph
1983
41-1/2" x 30"
Hand Signed and Numbered #69/75
Price: $11,250peter max Lady With Picture
jaimeLady with Picture
Serigraph
1978
30" x 23"
Hand Signed and Numbered #11/250 peter max land of the free
skeltonLand of the Free, Home of the Brave
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
Unique
Framed
Price $6,750 Peter Max Land of the Free, Home of the Brave II
bethLand of the Free, Home of the Brave II
2005
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
24" x 18"
Unique
Framed
Price $15,625 or best offer peter max liberty 2000 II
chrisLiberty 2000 II
Lithograph
2000
24" x 24"
Hand Signed and Numbered #246/300
Price: $3,125 aimee

24" x 24"
Hand Signed and Numbered #179/300
Price $3,250

 kevin

Liberty 2000
Mixed Media
Unique

24" x 24"
Replacement Value: $12,100
Price $4,375

 peter max liberty 2003
maddie

Liberty 2003
Lithograph
24" x 24"
Hand Signed and Numbered #214/300
Price $10,125

 peter max liberty and justice for all
chrisLiberty and Justice For All
2001
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
Unique
Framed
Price $5,100 peter max liberty and justice for all
narineeLiberty and Justice For All
2001
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
Unique
Framed
Price $5,600 peter max liberty and justice for all
skeltonLiberty and Justice For All
2001
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
Unique
Framed
Price $6,750 Peter Max Liberty and Justice For All II
bethLiberty and Justice For All II
2005
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
24" x 18"
Unique
Framed
Price $18,125 or best offermax liberty head
norma

Liberty Head
2000
Serigraph in color on wove paper
27" x 20"
Hand Signed and Numbered #84/350
Framed

 peter max liberty head
eric

Liberty Head
1997
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
8" x 9"
Unique
Framed
Price $4,350 or best offer

 peter max liberty head II Collage
garyLiberty Head II Collage
Mixed Media
1997
Unique
14" x 12-1/4"
Framed
Price: $1,875 Max Liberty Head II
chandlerLiberty Head II Collage
Mixed Media
Unique
14" x 12-1/4"
Framed
Price: $2,600 
chrisLiberty Head II Collage
Mixed Media
Unique
14" x 12-1/4"
Framed
Price: $2,750 Max Liberty Head II on Blends
carolLiberty Head II on Blends
Mixed Media
2006
Unique
10" x 8"
Framed
Price: $3,125 Max Liberty Head II on Blends
jamesLiberty Head II on Blends
Mixed Media
2007
Unique
10" x 8"
Framed
Price: $3,125 Max Liberty Head II on Blends
beth Liberty Head II on Blends
2006
10" x 8"
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper-
Signed in Acrylic
Price: $4,350 or best offer Peter Max Lady Liberty
robinLiberty Lady
Lithograph
1983
20 x 28 1/2
Hand Signed and Numbered #96/300
Price $3,175 Peter Max Liberty with Earth and Flag
beth Liberty with Earth and Flag
2006 Patriotic Series
19 x 15
Mixed media with acrylic and color lithography on paper
Signed in Acrylic
Price: $7,750 or best offerpeter max little sailboat
marieLittle Sailboat
Serigraph
1974
13" x 10"
Hand Signed and Numbered #16/150 Max Love on Blends
carolLove on Blends
Mixed Media
2006
Unique
10" x 8"
Framed
Price: $4,375 Max Love on Blends
bethLove on Blends
Mixed Media
2006
Unique
10" x 8"
Framed
Price: $5,675 or best offer peter max magic carpet ride
paulMagic Carpet Ride
Serigraph
1972
22" x 30"
Hand Signed and Numbered #58/100
Price $6,875 peter max magic carpet ride
paulMagic Carpet Ride
Serigraph
1972
22" x 30"
Hand Signed and Numbered #97/100
Price $12,500 peter max Man with Umbrella
carlMan With Umbrella
Lithograph
1978
Hand Signed and Numbered #74/300
Price: $3,125 peter max marilyn's flowers I
chrisMarilyn's Flowers I
Serigraph
1979
30" x 23"
Hand Signed and Numbered #81/175
Price: $2,875 Max Moonscape I
michaelMoonscape I
Lithograph
Hand Signed and Numbered #21/150
Price: $2,500  Max Moonscape II
michaelMoonscape II
Serigraph
Hand Signed and Numbered #96/150
Price $2,500  peter max moonscape
jeffbohnMoonscape II
Serigraph
Hand Signed and Numbered #75 of 150
Price $3,100 Max Mountain Girl
michaelMountain Girl
Lithograph
Hand Signed and Numbered #168/250
Price: $3,125 Max Night Flowers
michael Night Flowers
Lithograph
Hand Signed and Numbered #141/150
Price: $2,500 Max Northern Dancer
jenniferNorthern Dancer
Lithograph
1986
25" x 36"
Hand Signed and Numbered #32/300
Price: $2,750 Peter Max Peace on Earth
raymondPeace on Earth
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
Unique
24" x 18"
Framed
Price $3,750 peter max peace on earth
skeltonPeace on Earth
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
Unique
24" x 18"
Framed
Price $6,750 max peace on earth
johnPeace on Earth
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on canvas
28" x 19-1/2"
Framed
Price $11,875 peter max peace on earth II
lauraPeace on Earth II
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
Unique
24" x 18"
Framed
Price $7,450 or best offer  max peace by the year 2000
allisonPeace by the Year 2000
Mixed media painting with acrylic and offset lithography on paper.
1998
Unique
Signed in acrylic
Image 22 x 28
32 x 38
Framed
Price
$6,250 Peter Max Pink Sailboat
georgePink Sailboat
Serigraph
1979
30" x 23"
Hand Signed and Numbered #39/175
Replacement Value: $3,500
Price $2,250max pink sky flyer
kathiePink Sky Flyer
Serigraph
22" x 30"
Hand Signed and Numbered #80 of 165 peter max Pink Sky Flyer
jeffbohnPink Sky Flyer
Serigraph
22" x 30"
Hand Signed and Numbered #162 of 165
Price $3,100 peter max president obama
garyPresident Obama
Mixed Media
Unique
18" x 14"
Framed
Price: $10,625 Max Prince of Blue
mikePrince of blue
Serigraph
Hand Signed and Numbered #88/100
Price $6,800 peter max Rainbow Umbrella Man I Collage
garyRainbow Umbrella Man I Collage
Mixed Media
Unique
14" x 12-1/4"
Framed
Price: $1,875 peter max reclining nude in red
chris

Reclining Nude on Red
Lithograph
1988
30" x 40"
Hand Signed and Numbered #119/300
Replacement Value: $10,000
Price $2,100

 peter max red flowers
aimee

28" x 21"
Hand Signed and Numbered #231/300
Price $2,500

 Red Flowers
Lithograph
28" x 21"
Hand Signed and Numbered #199/300
Price $3,950peter max Red Vase
kathieRed Vase
Serigraph
21" x 30"
Hand Signed and Numbered #152/200\ peter max Red Vase
michaelRed Vase
Serigraph
21" x 30"
Hand Signed and Numbered #156/200
Price $2,500peter max retro heartRetro: Heart
Mixed Media on Paper
Unique
11" x 11"peter max retro suite III new moon
andyRetro Suite III: New Moon
Mixed Media on Paper
Unique
11" x 11"
Price $5,950 peter max Runner on Brown
michaelRunner on Brown
Serigraph
23" x 22-1/2
Hand Signed and Numbered #124/175
Price $2,500peter max Runner on Brown
kathieRunner on Brown
Serigraph
23" x 22-1/2
Hand Signed and Numbered #115/175 
jamesSailboat with Heart on Blends
Mixed Media
2007
Unique
10" x 8"
Framed
Price: $2,000 peter max Semi Nude with Flower Zoople
michaelSemi Nude with Flower Zoople
Serigraph
1980
21" x 26"
Hand Signed and Numbered #80/150
Price $2,500 peter max Space Flowers II
michaelSpace Flowers II
Serigraph
22" x 27-1/2"
Hand Signed and Numbered #80/150
Price $2,500 
paulSpace Landscape
Serigraph
1978
19" x 26-1/2"
Hand Signed and Numbered #81/150
Price $2,500 Peter Max Statue of Liberty Collage
gary STATUE OF LIBERTY Collage
Mixed media with acrylic painting and collage on paper
200214" x 12"
Signed in pigment
Unique
Price: $1,875 Max Statue of Liberty Collage
rob STATUE OF LIBERTY Collage
Mixed media with acrylic painting and collage on paper
14" x 12"
Signed in pigment
Unique
Price: $3,000 Max Statue of Liberty
aristea STATUE OF LIBERTY
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
23" by 20-1/2"
Unique
Framed
Price $2,500 max statue of liberty
darlene STATUE OF LIBERTY
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
2001
39" by 19 3/4"
Unique
Framed
Price $14,500 Max Statue of Liberty 1982
Kerrilyn STATUE OF LIBERTY
Mezzotint on paper, Signed in Acrylic
1985
40" by 24"
Hand Signed and Numbered #19/250
Price: $6,875peter max stormy sail
brad Stormy Sail
Serigraph
1993
26" x 40"
Hand Signed and Numbered #41/300 Max Stormy Sail
david Stormy Sail
Serigraph
1993
26" x 40"
Hand Signed and Numbered #
Price $10,000 peter max Sun Moon Landscape
michaelSun Moon Landscape
Serigraph
1980
21" x 26"
Hand Signed and Numbered #80/150
Price $2,500peter max Sunrise Flowers
kathieSunrise Flowers
Serigraph
29" x 36"
Hand Signed and Numbered #138/250 peter max Sunrise Flowers
ritaSunrise Flowers
Serigraph
29" x 36"
Hand Signed and Numbered #53/250
Price $3,125 
paulThe Guru
Serigraph
1972
28�" x 21"
Hand Signed and Numbered #64/100
Price $6,875 max the playful prince
trishThe Playful Prince
Serigraph
28" x 20"
Hand Signed and Numbered #97/100
Price $3,500 max the playful prince
danThe Playful Prince
Serigraph
Hand Signed and Numbered #68/100
Price $9,500 Peter Max The Poet I
georgeThe Poet I
Lithograph on Paper
1976
5 1/8 x 5 1/4"
Hand Signed and Numbered #226/300
Replacement Value : $4,000
Price: $2,400  peter max the room from the pique dame suite
enriqueThe Room
(From the Pique Dame Suite)
Lithograph
14" x 10"
 Hand Signed and Numbered # /280
Price: $1,500Max Toulouse Lautrec
reneToulouse Lautrec
Lithograph
1974
46-1/2" x 36-1/2"
Hand Signed and Numbered #110/125
 peter max umbrella man
markUmbrella Man
Serigraph
27-1/2� x 13-3/4"
Hand Signed and Numbered #86/350
Price $3,750peter max umbrella man
ray

Umbrella Man Ver XV
Serigraph on paper
22-3/4" x 22-3/4"
Hand Signed and Numbered #
Price $2,750

Max Umbrella Man
pam

Umbrella Man
Mixed media with acrylic and color lithography on paper. Signed in acrylic.
32-1/2" x 24"
Unique
Framed
Price $4,000

 peter max Umbrella Man with Rainbow Sky
brendonUmbrella Man with Rainbow Sky
Lithograph
1990
40" x 30"
Hand Signed and Numbered #23/150
Price: $3,750 or best offer peter max united we stand
skeltonUnited We Stand
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
Unique
Framed
Price $7,300 Max United We Stand II
danikaUnited We Stand II
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
Unique
Framed
Price $5,500 Max United We Stand II
bethUnited We Stand II
2005
Mixed media with acrylic painting and color lithography on paper
24" x 18"
Unique
Framed
Price $15,625 or best offer Max Vase of Flowers
patrickVase of Flowers
Lithograph
2002
28" x 22"
Hand Signed and Numbered #113/300
Price: $2,200 peter max walking in the reeds
markWalking in the Reeds
Serigraph
14� x 7
Hand Signed and Numbered #86/350
Price $2,500 peter max Winged Flyer II
lisaWinged Flyer II
Serigraph
1978
25" x 30"
Hand Signed and Numbered # /250
Price: $3,125  peter max winter sunshine
lynetteWinter Sunshine
Hand Colored Serigraph
1970
16" x 20"
Price: $5,500 peter max without borders
jeffreywithout borders
Serigraph
1991
40" x 32"
Hand Signed and Numbered #246/300
Replacement Value: $8,000
Price $3,750 Max Zero's Friend
michaelZero's Friend
Lithograph
1980
27-1/4" x 21-1/2"
Hand Signed and Numbered #89/165
Price: $2,500 Max Zero's Friend
anitaZero's Friend
Lithograph
1980
27-1/4" x 21-1/2"
Hand Signed and Numbered #102/165
Price: $2,500Max Zero Megalopolis
sherylZero Megalopolis
Lithograph
1976
40-1/2" x 29-1/2"
Hand Signed and Numbered #  
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Peter Max Paintings

Born Peter Max Finkelstein in Berlin in 1937, psychedelic Pop art icon Peter Max spent the first part of his childhood in Shanghai after his parents emigrated from Germany to flee the Nazis. While there, Max developed his deep interest in American pop culture — namely comic books, jazz and cinema. Max’s paintings, graphic design and illustrations, which were inspired by these interests, were also informed by his experience with synesthesia, a sensory condition that causes him to see music and hear color.

After relocating to Haifa, Israel, then Paris, where he spent a significant amount of time in sketching classes at the Louvre, a teenage Max and his family finally moved to the United States, settling in Brooklyn. Max enrolled in the Art Students League of New York in 1956, training under Frank J. Reilly, and then the School of Visual Arts. Throughout art school, Max focused on photorealism, but he found the style too restrictive. When he graduated and opened his graphic design studio with friends in 1962, he began experimenting with abstraction and color — just in time for the psychedelic era.

The technicolor works for which Max would become known are characterized by big and bold graphic qualities — not dissimilar to what you’d find in his beloved comic books. Some deeper themes emerged across his work too: Max spent a good portion of the 1960s and 1970s creating his signature cosmic style, inspired by his fascination with astronomy and Eastern philosophies.

For Max and his partners, the graphic design business was highly successful, with commissions rolling in from advertising agencies, magazines and even Hollywood in the form of movie posters. The artist was featured on the cover of Life in 1969, and by the 1970s, he was practically a household name. Max's body of work extended into product design, including a line of clocks for General Electric, while his domination of the commercial art scene continued for decades. He was commissioned to paint a postage stamp honoring the World’s Fair of 1974 (Expo ‘74); a Statue of Liberty series in which some proceeds went on to fund the statue’s restoration; posters and other advertising materials for major events like the Super Bowl, the U.S. Open and the Grammys; a Dale Earnhardt race car; and even the hull of the Norwegian Breakaway cruise ship.

Commercial activities aside, Max has long been the subject of many museum exhibitions, from his first solo show in 1970, “The World of Peter Max,” at the M.H. de Young Memorial Museum in San Francisco to 2016's “Peter Max: 50 Years of Cosmic Dreaming” at the Tampa Museum of Art in Florida. Today, his work belongs to the collections of the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and other institutions.

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