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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.
Dr. Suess: "The Waterfall" Suess was not only known for his child books and art pieces. But he also had a talent for more adult style art pieces as well
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
Dr. Seuss - Cat From the Wrong Side of the Tracks
Dr. Seuss artwork, also on the expensive side.
Indistinct cat with a cigar - dr suess