Artist Peter Max helps horses with the stroke of a brush

| 16 February 2013 7:00 am
Peter Max

Peter Max

Renowned artist and animal activist Peter Max has announced a partnership with the Wild for Life Foundation to raise money for the protection and preservation of America’s wild and domestic horses.

Max will donate the proceeds of commissioned portraits, at $US30,000 apiece, to the foundation. The offer is for a limited time. Details about commissioned portraits are available at

Max is one of the world’s most famous living artists. His vibrant color palette and multi-colored brushstrokes have been applied to his commissioned portraits of many of the world’s most famous and influential people: Presidents Carter, Reagan and Clinton, Mikhail Gorbachev, the Dalai Lama, Nelson Mandela, Larry King and numerous celebrities in the world of sports and entertainment.

Bobby-painting_peter-max“Max’s portraits compose a Who’s Who of contemporary power and culture,” said Charles Riley, II, author of “The Art of Peter Max”.

Max has exhibited in over 40 international museums and over 50 galleries worldwide. His work can be found in many prominent museum and private collections around the world.


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