Oh, I'd love to go to the party but I'm absolutely dead

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Oh, I'd love to go to the party but I'm absolutely dead

8,000.00

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Serigraph on Arches Black Paper
Authorized Estate Edition

Image Size: 13” x 16”
Paper Size: 19” x 22” 

On White Paper:
Limited Edition of 295 Arabic Numbers

On Black Paper:
Limited Edition of 295 Arabic Numbers
99 Patrons’ Collection
55 Collaborators’ Proofs

Adapted posthumously from the original pencil, ink, and watercolor on paper.

As one of the few men in La Jolla who worked from home, Dr. Seuss called himself a “bird watcher on the social scene,” always looking to create gentle spoofs of his chic female friends. The result was Ted’s series La Jolla Birdwomen, a spicy collection of eleven known paintings with lyrical titles, works that could have sprung only from the mind of a genial witness—for example, My Petunia Can Lick Your Geranium, Martini Bird, Gosh! Do I Look as Old as All That!, and “Oh I’d love to go to the party but I’m absolutely dead.”

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