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Authentic Charles Schulz Original Peanuts Snoopy Drawing Signed Comic Artwork For Sale
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Original Charles Schulz Peanuts Drawing of Snoopy.
Submit Best Offer: The item up for sale is a very rare and
exceptional Ink Drawing on Paper by Charles Schulz of the comedic and playful dog from his Peanuts series, Snoopy. Schulz is forever famous for the humor and
childish ideals that his stories depict. But of all the paintings Schulz has done, and the stunning masterpieces he has created, the most desired
artworks of his, are often the ones he did of his mischievous creation, Snoopy. Not just anyone
could capture the spirit and energy of a canine in such a poetic way like Schulz does with his pen.
It is a true testament to his greatness that with contrasting color,
texture and detail, Schulz can convey the personal traits of his subject in such an alluring manner. His expression of fun and activity gives the viewer a sneak peek at Schulz's rare vision, desires and first hand
experiences. This ORIGINAL INK DRAWING, "Holiday Classic" looks
absolutely spectacular in person with the tasteful, custom black finished wood frame with gold inlay enhancing its genius. This painting is being sold for well under retail
with the Submit Best Offer option. So make your OFFERS today as you do
not want to miss out on this set before it is sold.
Charles M. Schulz is one of the most iconic illustrators in American history. Best known for his Peanuts comic strip, Schulz shaped the genre of cartoon art by making a more profound impact than any cartoonist before or after him. Charles M. Schulz’s cartoons represented what was important interesting to everyday Americans, and his work is some of the most identifiable and sought after in the world today as a result.Born in 1922, Charles Schulz grew up in Saint Paul, Minnesota. His family was already interested in cartoons, and Charles Schulz got his nickname of “Sparky” based on the horse Spark Plug in Billy DeBeck’s comic strip Barney Google. Schulz grew up drawing and often drew the family dog, Spike. He was drafted into military service in 1943 where he fought in the European conflict. After his return after the war, Schulz decided to pursue a career in art. In 1946, he was offered a job at Art Instruction, Inc, where he worked as he produced his early comics.Lil Folks was Schulz’s first comic strip that he began publishing in 1947 in the Saint Paul Pioneer Press.Lil Folks first introduced a character named Charlie Brown, and a dog that resembled Snoopy. In 1950, Charles Schulz began publishing Peanuts for the United Feature Syndicate. During the same period, he ran a number of other lesser known comic strips including It’s Only a Game, and Young Pillars, but Peanuts would be his only one to last the test of time.Peanuts would become the most successful comic strip of all time. It appeared in more than 2600 papers in 75 countries. It was translated in 21 languages. Schulz produced more than 18,000 comic strips for the series. Peanuts was based on Charles Schulz won childhood experiences, and Charlie Brown was modeled after Schulz himself who had been shy and picked on during his school years. The rest of the character were based of people he knew, including his cousin Patricia as Peppermint Patty and his dog Spike as Snoopy. The comic street would be used to create the idea for a hit television series by the same name. Although Schulz insisted the two were unrelated, the television show helped bolster popularity for the comic street and its characters. Charles Schultz suffered from Parkinson’s disease late in life. Although he decreased the amount of drawing he did in his late years, he continued to create new art until his retirement only one year prior to his death. He passed away in 2000 after suffering from Cancer, Heart problems, and Parkinson’s disease. Charles Schulz is widely regarded as the most successful cartoonist in history. It is estimated that he was earning between $30 and $40 million per year while Peanuts was being published. The entire Peanuts franchise grossed over $1 billion in sales each year. One of the most successful components of the franchise was the ability to sell original comic strips by Schultz. A hot commodity among art collectors and museums, Schulz's comic strips remain extremely sought after today
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Charles Schulz's artworks and comic strips have
sold for very high prices at major sale houses, and in
Retail Galleries around the world. Worth mentioning is the fact that Schulz is one of the all-time great Comic Artist. However, this is your chance to own an original Schulz Drawing at far less
than the retail outlets command. The artwork listed is an Original Ink Drawing on Paper titled, "Holiday Classic", that depicts the lovable Snoopy tending to the hockey goal. This drawings is signed and has remained in excellent condition since it creation for a friend of Charles Schulz. The drawing is incredible to look at, and will be the perfect addition to any home or
office.Once again, this is an authentic & original ARTWORK by Schulz that
contains a stunning rendition of a most artistic, and animated subject.The
artwork is guaranteed authentic, and, comes with a Gallery Letter of
Authenticity. Remember, the drawing is being offeredfor
salewith the submit best offer option so they will likely sell prior to the close of the listing. MAKE YOUR OFFER NOW as the first person that meets our bottom line will be the lucky owner of this fabulous drawing. This ORIGINAL drawing measures 4"x 6",
and, is in an elaborate, black and gold wood frame that is very warm in
nature. The framed dimensions are approx. 16” X 18". "Holiday Classic" by Schulz looks even better in person and surely will bring a wealth of warmth,
enjoyment and intrigue to the buyer for many years to come! Schulz's art
has been exhibited in major museums around the world, and his works of art are
to be found in some of the most prestigious public and private collections
worldwide. Please e-mail if you have any further questions. This item will be
professionally packaged to ship domestically or Internationally. Submit those OFFERS NOW.
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