Peppermint Patty and Charlie Brown’s phone calls, Lucy musing while Schroeder plays his piano, even Snoopy fighting his imagined foe the Red Barron – these deeply meaningful relationships were as important to Charles Schulz’s Peanuts as the characters themselves. They echoed his own life, and his own way of seeing his world. This use of Peanuts’s characters is one Tom Everhart has carried forward from his dear friend and artistic mentor.
Thomas Everhart – Does This Make Me Look Fat, No. 33
Artist: © Thomas Everhart
Medium: Mixed Media on Deckled Edge Paper
Edition: Original Painting
Hand-Signed by Thomas Everhart
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Tom Everhart is the only artist in the world licensed to utilize Charles Schulz’s Peanuts characters. Schulz never wanted to have an illustrator step into his shoes and continue to draw the Peanuts comic strip after he could no longer do so. Peanuts was something very personal to him and he was determined to keep it that way. But when he saw the direction they were taking in Everhart’s paintings, he saw a future that he never could have anticipated. Tom’s new vision of Schulz’s creations has been exhibited in some of the largest museums around the world, including the Louvre, and has been collected by a very impressive list of collectors.
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