Ted Geisel created his epic painting (circa 1930) for the Dartmouth Club on 37th Street in New York City, where it hung until the club changed locations in 1934. Today, the 5’5” x 5’4” original painting resides in the permanent collection of the Hood Museum of Art, a gift of President Ernest Martin Hopkins, Class of 1901.
The exclusively authorized Abduction of the Sabine Woman estate edition celebrates Ted’s contribution to art history and immortalizes this epic period in time, which led to a modern day marriage tradition.
Title: Abduction of the Sabine Woman
Medium: Hand Embellished Digital Pigment Print on Canvas
Image Size: 56" x 56"
Edition Size: 195 Arabic Numbers
55 Collaborators’ Proofs
99 Roman Numerals - Patrons’ Collection
5 Hors d’Commerce
A second state of 850 prints on canvas numbered 1/850 – 850/850 Arabic Numbers with 155 Collaborators' Proofs, 99 Roman Numerals, and 5 Hors d'Commerce is reserved for future release with approximate dimensions of 36”x 36”.