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"We Looked, Then We Saw Him" Serigraph on Black Stonehenge Paper by Dr. Seuss

"We Looked, Then We Saw Him"

Dr. Seuss

Title:
"We Looked, Then We Saw Him"

Medium:
Serigraph on Black Stonehenge Paper

Collection:
Illustration Art

Unframed Size:
Paper Size: 12.5" x 15" Image Size; 8" x 11"

Edition Size:
99 Patrons’ Collection

Condition:
Excellent

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
The Chase Group

 
Asking Price:
$995.00 - Unframed

Unframed
 

Estate signed:




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"We Looked, Then We Saw Him"

Dr. Seuss

Title:
"We Looked, Then We Saw Him"

Medium:
Serigraph on Black Stonehenge Paper

Collection:
Illustration Art

Unframed Size:
Paper Size: 12.5" x 15" Image Size; 8" x 11"

Edition Size:
99 Patrons’ Collection

Condition:
Excellent

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
The Chase Group

 
Asking Price:
$995.00 - Unframed

Unframed
 

Estate signed:




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"We Looked, Then We Saw Him" Serigraph on Black Stonehenge Paper by Dr. Seuss

Adapted posthumously from an early concept drawing and the final illustration for the 1957 book,* The Cat in the Hat.*

Adapted posthumously from the final illustration for the 1957 book,* The Cat in the Hat. * The August 13, 2007, issue of U.S. News & World Report *declared 1957 to be *“A Year that Changed America.” The article focused on ten disparate events including one called: The Birth of a Famous Feline. It read in part: “In the 50 years since The Cat in the Hat *exploded onto the children’s book scene, Theodor Seuss Geisel has become a central character in the American literary mythology, sharing the pantheon with the likes of Mark Twain and F. Scott Fitzgerald. Of his many imaginative stories, *The Cat in the Hat remains the most iconic.”