Yoshiteru Otani (大谷 芳照 Ōtani Yoshiteru, born 1958) is a Japanese artist best known for his Peanuts-inspired work. Otani is the creator of much of the artwork found in the Charles M. Schulz Museum and Research Center.
An exhibit of Otani's Peanuts-themed charcoal ink paintings, Peanuts: Found in Translation, was presented at the Schulz Museum from November 12, 2004 to April 11, 2005.
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