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(Credit: National Gallery of Art)

"The Much Resounding Sea" an oil by Thomas Moran painted from Main Beach, East Hampton, in 1884, is part of the exhibit "Tracing Moran's Romanticism & Symbolism" exhibit at Guild Hall, East Hampton, through Jan. 5, 2013.

Peter Max and Thomas Moran exhibit

Peter Max and Thomas Moran are the subjects of two major Long Island exhibits: "Peter Max" at the Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn Harbor and "Tracing Moran's Romanticism & Symbolism" at Guild Hall in East Hampton.

(Credit: Guild Hall Museum)

"Above the Tower Falls," 1917, is among the paintings of the American West that made Thomas Moran famous. It is also among the paintings on display in "Tracing Moran's Romanticism & Symbolism" at Guild Hall, East Hampton, through Jan. 5, 2014.

This 1922 portrait by Howard Russell Butler of
(Credit: Guild Hall Museum)

This 1922 portrait by Howard Russell Butler of artist Thomas Moran is included in the exhibit opening Nov. 2, 2013. at East Hampton's Guild Hall, "Tracing Moran's Romanticism & Symbolism."

(Credit: National Gallery of Art)

"The Much Resounding Sea" an oil by Thomas Moran painted from Main Beach, East Hampton, in 1884, is part of the exhibit "Tracing Moran's Romanticism & Symbolism" exhibit at Guild Hall, East Hampton, through Jan. 5, 2013.

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(Credit: Questroyal Fine Art)

"Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came," an 1859 painting by Thomas Moran, refers to the last line of a Robert Browning poem, which in turn is taken from Shakespeare's "King Lear." It's on loan to Guild Hall in East Hampton for its "Tracing Moran's Romanticism & Symbolism" exhibit through Jan. 5, 2014.

(Credit: Guild Hall)

"Ulysses Deriding Polythemus," painted by Thomas Moran in 1862, was inspired by the landscape artistry of J.M.W. Turner. It's part of the "Tracing Moran's Romanticism & Symbolism" exhibit of about 20 major paintings opening Nov. 2, 2013, at East Hampton's Guild Hall.

(Credit: From the Collection of Dennis M. & Anne P. Gingold)

"East Hampton Beach," an 1894 oil on canvas by Thomas Moran, is part of "Tracing Moran's Romanticism & Symbolism" exhibit at Guild Hall, East Hampton, through Jan. 5. 2014.

Inside the tasting room of the Arizona Tea
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Inside the tasting room of the Arizona Tea headquarters in Woodbury sits a display of the Peter Max Statue of Liberty Iced Tea bottles. (March 21, 2012)

World-renowned artist and pop icon Peter Max has

World-renowned artist and pop icon Peter Max has an exhibit at the Nassau County Museum of Art.

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A 2006 Peter Max Blend.
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A 2006 Peter Max Blend.

(Credit: Peter Max Studio)

"Liberty Head" (2003) by Peter Max

A Peter Max Vintage, 2006.
(Credit: Peter Max Studio)

A Peter Max Vintage, 2006.

Artist Peter Max in his Upper West Side
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Artist Peter Max in his Upper West Side studio, sandwiched between his painting of artist Jackson Pollock and his new visual ode to Paul McCartney.

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"The Highest Mountain Ever, Version 1 # 1," a 1999 acrylic on canvas, is part of the Peter Max exhibition at the Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn Harbor through Feb. 23, 2014.

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This undated artist's rendering provided by Norwegian Cruise
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This undated artist's rendering provided by Norwegian Cruise Line shows the exterior of the Norwegian Breakaway. The ship's hull features the unmistakable pop art of Peter Max, with Lady Liberty's face and a city skyline anchoring the brightly colored design.

(Credit: Handout)

"Flag with Heart Version XII #218" (2011) is part of the Peter Max exhibition at the Nassau County Museum of Art in Roslyn.

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"Cosmic Runner" by Peter Max.

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