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Dr. Seuss's secret art | Plethora of Cats
Inspiration for a Dr Seuss lesson....
DR. SEUSS THEODOR GEISEL "Plethora of Cats". He spent years on this painting. Every time he passed by it, he would add another cat face.
A Seuss drawing suggesting that no matter how big, inflated or different the image we try to portray, being ourselves is most important.
Martini Bird, Dr. Seuss I missed opp to buy years ago....oh the things I will regret
Life, May 1934 Artist: Dr. Seuss Theodor Geisel began his career as a prolific illustrator under his own name, but began adopting his more well-known name “Dr. Seuss” as he wanted to start marketing himself as a children’s book illustrator
This would be a really cool poster...Dr. Suess you know your stuff
'The Stag at Eve,' 1960 TM & © 1995 Dr. Seuss Enterprises
New Archive Showcases Dr. Seuss’s Early Work as an Advertising Illustrator and Political Cartoonist
Cat from the Wrong Side of the Tracks by Dr. Seuss.
The painting "Lion Stroll" by Theodore Geisel, otherwise known as Dr. Seuss.
Dr. Seuss artwork, also on the expensive side.
Indistinct cat with a cigar - dr suess