"Cat From the Wrong Side of the Tracks"
Limited Edition Print : Serigraph on Archival Panel
Size : 44x24 in | 112x61 cm
Framed : 51x31 in | 130x79 cm
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Estate SignedDr. Seuss, Lower Left
Framed without GlassSilk Mat W/ Double-bevel Detail, Flush Mount Frame
Purchased fromGallery 2003
Story / Additional InfoCat from the Wrong Side of the Tracks is one of Dr. Seuss’s fun “alter ego” paintings. Smoking and sporting a “girly-cat” tie, eight of our player’s scoring beads are already “used up” and pushed to the right, and the 9 ball rests prominently at the front of a Seussian pool table—an easy shot to make. Is Ted thinking of himself and pondering, just one life left to go?
Certificate of AuthenticityChase Group
Dr. Seuss - United States
Art Brokerage: Dr. Seuss aka Theodor Geisel American Artist: b. 1904-1991. Theodor Seuss Geisel a.k.a Dr.Seuss, requires little introduction. He began his career as an editorial cartoonist in the 1920's and in the years that followed he delivered 44 children's books, over 400 World War II political cartoons, hundreds of advertisements and countless editorials filled with wonderfully inventive animals, characters and Seussian humor. While everyone may be familiar with Seuss book illustrations most of the public are unaware that Seuss was a visual artist who painted and sculpted for his own enjoyment. Secret Art and Unorthodox Taxidermy and bronze editions. Theodor Geisel (1904-1991), aka Doctor Seuss artwork is one of the most sought after collections today. UNORTHODOX TAXIDERMY was a collaborative effort between the artist and his first publisher to sell a collection of fantastical creatures created by Dr Seuss. Hailed by LOOK Magazine in 1938 as "The world's most eminent authority on unheard-of animals." These early works have been painstakingly recreated and offered by the estate as limited editions. For over 60 years, Dr. Seuss's illustrations brought a visual realization to his fantastic and imaginary worlds. His Secret Art works the paintings and sculptures he did at night for himself were rarely exhibited during his lifetime. Seuss always dreamed of sharing these works with his fans and had entrusted his wife, Audrey, to carry out his wishes once he was gone. Audrey believed that Ted himself would one day be evaluated not only as an author, but also as an artist in his own right. Listings wanted, we have buyers waiting. Check out our new sister site Bluechipartbrokerage.com