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"Hitched" Limited Edition Hand Pulled Original Lithograph (26" x 39") by Renowned Charles Schulz Protege, Tom Everhart. Numbered and Hand Signed by the Artist, with Certificate of Authenticity.
Item #244735

$3,750.00
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Medium
lithograph

Dimensions
39 x 26
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"Hitched" is a limited edition hand pulled original lithograph on museum quality deckle-edge paper, numbered and hand signed by Tom Everhart. This is one of the final Everhart editions to be created on a rare, antique Marinoni Voirin lithograph press that dates back to the 1800's. Includes Certificate of Authenticity. Measures approx. 31" x 44" (with border), 26" x 39" (image).
 
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Tom Everhart is the only artist with full creative rights to the "Peanuts" characters created by Charles M. Schulz (November 26, 1922 –February 12, 2000). In 1980 Tom graduated from the School of Art and Architecture at Yale University. He got a freelance job drawing renderings of Charles Schulz's characters. Everhart began working with "Peanuts" imagery exclusively. His first show was at the famous Louvre Museum in January 1990. In 1991, Charles Schulz and United Media, drafted a legal agreement allowing Tom exclusive rights to use subject matter from Schulz's "Peanuts" strip in his art for "the term of his life". "Peanuts" is the most popular and influential strip in the history of the genre, and ultimately earned Schulz over $1 billion during his lifetime. His decision to tap Everhart as the sole steward of his creation is an honor that the artist has happily devoted his life to.

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