Dr. Seuss Art

By , September 19, 2006 1:13 pm

Dr. Seuss Art

Never knew he was a sculpter too. Seeing his drawings, paintings, and sculpture makes me realize just how different his world view really was. He seems to have lived (in his head at least) totally within the different universe that he shared in the books… 😉

Wonderful stuff! Well worth the visit. He even did a nude!  Below the fold…

Myopic Woman

The Rather Odd Myopic Woman Riding Piggyback on One of Helen’s Many Cats

$1,295 (Unframed)

Myopic Woman encompasses elements of cubism, which was developed shortly after Seuss’s birth, between 1908 and 1912 in a collaboration between Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso. Ted Geisel’s wife had many cats and it was inevitable they would one day appear in his artworks.

Image Size:  34” x 16.5”
Limited Edition of 850 Arabic Numbers
99 Patron’s Collection
155 Collaborator Proofs
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