"If I Can't Find a Reindeer, I'll Make One Instead"

Dr. Seuss


Title:
"If I Can't Find a Reindeer, I'll Make One Instead"

Medium:
Lithograph on B.F.K. Rives Paper

Unframed Size:
Image Size: 9” x 12”; Paper Size: 12" x 16”

Framed Size:
15.25" x 18"

Edition Size:
2500

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
1998

Purchased from:
Gallery

 
Asking Price:
$1,350.00 - FRAMED

Framed with Plexiglas:
Light wood

Estate signed:
printed lower right




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"If I Can't Find a Reindeer, I'll Make One Instead" Lithograph by Dr. Seuss "If I Can't Find a Reindeer, I'll Make One Instead" Lithograph by Dr. Seuss

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Adapted posthumously from the illustration for the 1957 book, How The Grinch Stole Christmas!

Dr. Seuss came up with the idea for The Grinch the day after Christmas when he looked in the mirror and saw a rather Grinch-ish look on his face. “Something had gone awfully wrong with Christmas or maybe with me,” he said. Weary of the over-commercialization of Christmas and sensing that the meaning of the holiday was being lost in the wrappings and ribbons, boxes and bows, Ted Geisel sat down and wrote How The Grinch Stole Christmas! when he was 53 years old.





"If I Can't Find a Reindeer, I'll Make One Instead"

Dr. Seuss

Title:
"If I Can't Find a Reindeer, I'll Make One Instead"

Medium:
Lithograph on B.F.K. Rives Paper

Unframed Size:
Image Size: 9” x 12”; Paper Size: 12" x 16”

Framed Size:
15.25" x 18"

Edition Size:
2500

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
1998

Purchased from:
Gallery

 
Asking Price:
$1,350.00 - FRAMED

Framed with Plexiglas:
Light wood

Estate signed:
printed lower right




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Adapted posthumously from the illustration for the 1957 book, How The Grinch Stole Christmas!

Dr. Seuss came up with the idea for The Grinch the day after Christmas when he looked in the mirror and saw a rather Grinch-ish look on his face. “Something had gone awfully wrong with Christmas or maybe with me,” he said. Weary of the over-commercialization of Christmas and sensing that the meaning of the holiday was being lost in the wrappings and ribbons, boxes and bows, Ted Geisel sat down and wrote How The Grinch Stole Christmas! when he was 53 years old.