"Cat From the Wrong Side of the Tracks"

Dr. Seuss


Title:
"Cat From the Wrong Side of the Tracks"

Medium:
Serigraph on Archival Canvas

Unframed Size:
44" x 24"

Edition Size:
850

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
2018

Purchased from:
Gallery

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
The Chase Group

 
Retail Price:
$30,000.00

Asking Price:
$12,500.00 -
SOLD
- Framed

Framed without Glass or Plexiglas:

Estate signed:




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"Cat From the Wrong Side of the Tracks" Serigraph on Archival Canvas by Dr. Seuss "Cat From the Wrong Side of the Tracks" Serigraph on Archival Canvas by Dr. Seuss

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Adapted posthumously from the 1964 original oil on illustration board.

Cat 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?





"Cat From the Wrong Side of the Tracks"

Dr. Seuss

Title:
"Cat From the Wrong Side of the Tracks"

Medium:
Serigraph on Archival Canvas

Unframed Size:
44" x 24"

Edition Size:
850

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
2018

Purchased from:
Gallery

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
The Chase Group

 
Retail Price:
$30,000.00

Asking Price:
$12,500.00 -
SOLD
- Framed

Framed without Glass or Plexiglas:

Estate signed:




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Adapted posthumously from the 1964 original oil on illustration board.

Cat 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?