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Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up. ~Pablo Picasso
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"The Legends"
Carlo Beninati
Donald "Chiz" Chisholm
Carlo Beninati is a modern day Contemporary American Master. This masterpiece depicts Italian America sports heroes and has been or is displayed in the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C. as well as the homes or offices of such notables as Lee Iacocoa, ex-Italian Prime Minister Sandro Pertini and Frank Sinatra. Just to name a few of the heroes depicted here; Rocky Marciano, Willie Mosconi, Joe DiMaggio, Yogi Berra, Mario Andretti, Vince Lombardi... This is a personally signed Limited Edition Print. Please call for pricing. There is only one of its kind available so don't waste another minute to own this one-of -a-kind masterpiece.
Donald Chisholm left Toronto, Canada in the late 1960's. His painted image is part of a mural that still exists at "The Ale House" on North Avenue in Chicago. He worked as Art Director for a number of Major Adverting Agencies and also Playboy Magazine in Chicago. I began doing things with Chiz after he left Playboy and started doing freelance. This is where it All began for us. We shared our ideas and the Mystical Dynasty became a real thing . I was his Sale Rep for a number of years on many of his and our Art Projects. We worked together doing these things from 1978 to 1996. .. His Art Work Is One of a Kind. His Hand Colored and Signed Lithographic Prints speak for themselves.  He was a unique and gifed Artist with an Extremely Different Style. He was a very close and dear friend. 
  PJ and "Chiz" 
My Very Dear Friend
Write up in the Tampa Tribune | Jan. 31, 1996
All Copyright for Donald Chisholms Artwork belongs to Elizabeth Chisholm.

The Only Exception to this statement of Copyright is that PJG & Associates are pending the Copyright for the following Artwork..

The Nose Painting/Infamous Nose Printing..
The Mystical Dynasty of Wicker Park/The Name Mystical Dynasty..
The Geraldo Rivera..Wanted.!.Sons of Scarface..
Pablo Picasso
Pablo Ruiz Picasso (October 25, 1881 – April 8, 1973) was a Spanish painter and sculptor. One of the most recognized figures in 20th century art, he is best known as the co-founder, along with Georges Braque, of cubism.
Pete Key Mack
Picasso Print #1
Possible Original Sketch
Authentification In Progress
"Emotional Hieroglyphic Studies"
$ 500.00 for the set
Due to limited quantities these are only sold in sets. 
Prior to 1968 Key Mack made his mark in San Francisco with several other works. His ink sketches have been nationally recognized and distributed. The artist was not formally educated but his own sensitivity to life's changing circumstances are reflected in his own pen and ink style unique to any other artist on the contemporary scene. Key Mack believed that somewhere behind the magnificent edifice of our civilization that there was something wrong. He felt that if we look closely enough that we will find that there's not much difference between our electrified world and the same crude civilization of long ago. All things are expressed eloquently in the frantic silence of his prints. These sketches are printed on heavy 80# paper stock and measure 28 x 37 inches.

These are limited first edition signed pen and ink prints called "Flood" and "Survival" which were finished in 1968. They are part of a series Key Mack called "Emotional Hieroglyphic Studies" which consisted of 5 pen & ink prints that Key Mack did in the late 1960's.The first three were done in San Francisco. These last two were drawn in Chicago. One could spend 10 years finding new details every day! Each limited first edition print is signed by the artist.

Note: Peter Kimack is alive and well in San Francisco. His current works can be purchased from ePress Books here and here.

Based upon remaining quantity, these prints are sold in sets only.
Please call or e-mail for pricing as the prices will increase as the number of prints decreases.
Over the years and up to the present, a number of these First Run Edition Prints have been sold or given as gifts. We want Everybody to know that if anyone takes the notion to Copy, Reproduce or perform any other violation of Copyright Law, we will be forced to proceed in a proper manner to Prosecute both in Criminal Court and Civil Court. 
Robert "Toby" Tobiason
I met Toby right around the same time that I met Pete Key Mack in 1967. We were very close friends and buddies. He was Art Director for a number of Adverting Agencies as well as "The Muskegon Chronicle". The one I remember most of all was "Wave Makers". He went back home to Muskegon, Michigan sometime in 1979. I would go to see him on a regular basis. We had some really way out times. Just Great Memories. Toby went to Artist Heaven in 1987. I went to Muskegon to make sure that he would receive the proper burial. When we met with his relatives, we were able to purchase a large number of his Art Work plus over the years I continued to acquire additional pieces that he did. All in all, I have another five original pieces of his work. 
 More will be Revealed.....
R.E. Tyree
"Pharoah's Horses"
"This lithograph is reproduced from a painting certified by experts to have been painted in the 1700's believed to be the oldest known version. It is also believed to be the inspiration for the painting called PHAROAH'S CHARIOT HORSES by J.F. Herring Sr. painted in 1848."
Copyright 1-30-1999
J.F. Herrings' painting was thought to be the oldest rendition of Pharoah's Horses when it auctioned at Christie's in London for $445,500 in 1986. In the fall of 1987, while searching for a good deal at a flea market, R.E. Tyree, a painter and art enthusiast from Leslie, Missouri, came across an old square-shaped oil painting of three white Arabian horses charging into a stormy sea. He purchased the painting for $25. Though the painting was unsigned, he sensed it was an important find. There is a field of forensic research dedicated to the study of paint pigments and cloth fibers. Dr. Walter McCrone of the McCrone Research Institute in Chicago, Illinois, is one of the world's top pigment and fiber analysts. Dr. McCrone tested the unsigned painting and concluded, "Most of these pigments were known before 1300. Only Van Dyke brown and Prussian blue date from 1700. This, plus the absence of 19th and 20th century (paints), strongly suggests an 18th-century date. The fact that the canvas is hand-woven further supports this conclusion." Tyree took the unsigned painting to England where Herring & Sons art historian, the Honorable Oliver Beckett, examined it. He wrote to Tyree, "From Dr. McCrone's analysis it certainly looks like you have in fact got the picture which may have inspired J.F. Herring to paint one in a similar vein." So the unsigned painting purchased at the Missouri flea market may be up to 100 years older than the "original" Herring version of Pharoah's Horses! The lithographs of this painting are extremely beautiful and would be a beautiful addition to your collection or art gallery. On the back side of the lithograph you will find the following:

Copyright 1997 by R.E. TYREE
Reproduction in any form without written permission is strictly prohibited. 
All Rights Reserved
P.J. Giusto
"Mystical Dynasty 
of Wicker Park"
"Spirit in the Sky"
"Sloppy Shirt"
The "Mystical Dynasty of Wicker Park" was conceived and design by Philip J. Giusto in collaboration with Donald Chisholm. Copyright owned by Philip J. Giusto.
"Spirit in the Sky" 
conceived by Philip J. Giusto.
The "Sloppy Shirt" is a copyrighted design created by P.J. Giusto and Donald Chisholm. The "Sloppy Shirt" can be licensed to be used for festivals, carnivals, reunions and sporting events, etc. Email for information. Copyright pending for "Human Bean/Human Being" shirt ideas. More to come on that so check back.
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      Donald Chisholm 
    will be Arriving Soon

  I'll have to check over 
     at the "Ale House"
 To See How He's Doing
  The Dimentions Are
 H..18" .. W..17 1/16"