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    Peanuts "Snoopy and Woodstock" Tom Everhart Original Painting (Everhart, c. 1990s). Tom Everhart first met Charles Schulz in 1980 at his studio. Tom is one of the only artists authorized to paint the Charles Schulz and United Media characters. He entered into a lifetime contract to do that in 1991. His work has been displayed at the Louvre in Paris, the Charles Schulz Museum and Fine Art galleries world-wide. This is a rare Tom Everhart original, one-of-a-kind painting of Snoopy and Woodstock. The piece is on Somerset deckled-edge, acid free paper measuring 30" x 23". It is hand-signed on the bottom right and floated in a mat of 30" x 37.5" Mat is sold as-is. Artwork is in Very Good condition

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    June, 2019
    15th-16th Saturday-Sunday
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