"Big Bird Eating Muffins"
'Sesame Street Magazine' Original Art (Sesame Workshop, 1994).
Stunningly hand-painted with Dr. Martins watercolor paint and airbrushed on D'Arches 140 lb hot press paper by children's book illustrator John Kurtz This outstanding illustration has an image area measuring 5.5" x 5." Signed in top right corner.
In Excellent condition.
John Kurtz is a master of the lost art of illustration, using paints, ink, pencils, airbrushes and more to conjure the imagery that has brought joy to so many. Over his long career, he’s created work for publishers like Disney Press and Scholastic, done character work for Cartoon Network, Sesame Street and Nickelodeon, and crafted memorable advertising for Coca-Cola. With over 25 Winnie the Pooh books in his pocket, it’s a safe bet that you grew up with John’s artwork, or shared it with children of your own.
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