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    Charles Schulz Peanuts Schroeder Oversized Sketch Original Artwork (c. 1958). A large, fluid sketch, from one of Charles Schulz's 1958 "chalk talks." Schulz often did "chalk talks" where he would speak to audiences while doing quick sketches of Peanuts characters, like this one of Schroeder with his Beethoven statue. Schulz would often sign and gift these drawings to a member of the audience. The piece was given to a student, James Steiner. Schulz is widely regarded as one of the most influential cartoonists of all time, cited by cartoonists including Jim Davis and Matt Groening. Early original artwork from Schulz's hand is highly prized by collectors. This huge sketch measures an impressive 25" x 25". Professionally restored to Very Good condition.


    More information about Charles Schulz, also known as Schulz, Charles, Schulz, Charles Monroe.

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