Indistinct Cat with Cigar

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Indistinct Cat with Cigar

8,000.00

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Serigraph on Archival Canvas
Authorized Estate Edition

Image Size: 44” x 24” with an additional canvas border

Limited Edition of 350 Arabic Numbers
99 Patrons’ Collection
155 Collaborators’ Proofs

Adapted posthumously from the original oil on illustration board.

This is Indistinct Cat with Cigar. A life-long smoker, Dr. Seuss never smoked where a child might see him. In September 1981 Ted had a minor heart attack; his doctor insisted no more cigarettes. Twenty years earlier he tried to quit by chewing on a corncob pipe planted with strawberry seeds. This time he filled that pipe with peat moss, planted radish seeds and watered it with an eyedropper—a very Seussian solution. 

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