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Dimensions: Image Size: 34” x 16.5, Paper Size: 39” x 21.5”
Medium: Serigraph on paper
Edition Size: 850
Availability: Sold out at publisher but still available at Peabody Gallery
Year of Release: 2006
Adapted posthumously from the original pencil and watercolor on illustration board.
Dr. Seuss was keenly aware of the many cultural and artistic movements which took shape throughout his career. In fact, his hometown of Springfield, Massachusetts hosted one of this country’s first surrealist exhibitions, which no doubt had a lifelong impact on Seuss. Myopic Woman is unmistakably Seuss, but at the same time is a nod and a wink to cubists Picasso and Braque, as well as surrealists Miro, Magritte, and Dali.