1967 Super Bowl Green Bay Packers v KC Chiefs Original Artwork by Daniel Schwartz. THE ITEM UP FOR SALE : Masterful Illustration Art is entitled "The Blitz" and was actually published in the Super Bowl IX program. Oil and Oil Wash on Canvas Board by supreme Illustrator Daniel Schwartz depicts the first ever Super Bowl. Chiefs quarterback Len Dawson is being crushed by Green Bay assassin Henry Jordan.
Signed by Schwartz, it measures 17.5x22.5 not including the blue matt. The thick impasto is rich in many areas and I have photographed close ups to see. Wonderful picture is Super Bowl worthy. In clean and excellent condition. The tape on reverse is very old.
Daniel Schwartz is an award-winning illustrator who has worked for such top Periodicals as Esquire, Fortune and Playboy. His works are in the collections of Leonard Bernstein, William Styron, Gay Talese, William Paley and Daniel Selznick. A sculptor as well, he was commissioned by the NFL in 1968 to create the bronze that became the Walter Payton NFL "Man of the Year" Award. Schwartz started as a fine art painter, and in his biography it states, Believing that illustration was an extension of his serious preoccupation's, he became a pioneer in the wider use of quality art by magazines. His own illustrations were cited for their high degree of human involvement and emotional impact.Schwartz was elected to the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame and won several gold medals there. I do everything to make this a good experience. The item "1967 Super Bowl Green Bay Packers KC Chiefs ORIG Oil Painting Daniel Schwartz" is in sale since Friday, March 8, 2019. This item is in the category "Art\Paintings". The seller is "danielcollectiblesus" and is located in Encino, California.
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