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 Art of Dr. Seuss
 Disney Fine Art Prints
 Greenwich Workshop Artists
 Harry Potter Book Prints
 Charles Schulz (Peanuts)
 Tom Everhart (Snoopy)
 Chuck Jones (Grinch Prints)
 Vintage Posters (War+Film)
 Mystic Seaport Artwork
 Sat. Evening Post Covers
 Bethany Lowe Plushes
 Richard Masloski Bronzes
 Mark Hopkins Bronzes
 Mill Pond Press Prints
 
 Showcasing:
 Webportfolios for Gallery of Storytellers
      JAMES CHRISTENSEN
      SCOTT GUSTAFSON
      DEAN MORRISSEY
      GREENWICH WORKSHOP ARTISTS
      DR. SEUSS
      WALT DISNEY FINE ART
      AL HIRSCHFELD
      TOM EVERHART
      CINEMATIC ART MAGIC
      WILDLIFE PRINTS AND MORE
      WESTERN AND HISTORICAL ART
      VERY SPECIAL ARTWORK
      POST COVERS
      ROB GONSALVES
      MORGAN WEISTLING
      TERRY ISAAC
      CHARLES WYSOCKI
      CARL BRENDERS
      CHARLES SCHULZ
THE ART OF DR. SEUSS PRINTS

Dr. Seuss illustrations now as prints,
“Secret Art,” taxidermy and sculptures
Theodor Seuss Geisel (Dr. Seuss) was the definitive teacher of the Twentieth Century. His words and visual messages are so subtle that few readers even know they are messages – about ecology, prejudice, giving, and loving. The influence of Dr. Seuss’ artwork transcends several generations. Parents of the Forties, their children, grandchildren, and now even their great-grandchildren have known and loved the stories and especially the exceptional artwork through which Dr. Seuss made his points indelibly clear.

Seuss’ popularity comes from the 48 books for children he wrote and illustrated. From “The Cat In The Hat,” “How The Grinch Stole Christmas,” to “Yertle The Turtle” he demonstrated his artistic talent in pen and ink drawings that were colored by the book printers. During his “spare” time, he created works of art for personal and family enjoyment. This “Secret Art” shows an equally zany spirit, but one much more experimental. In the 1930s Seuss crafted three-dimensional taxidermy sculptures. Unorthodox in every way, these charming characters look like a whimsical rogue’s gallery.

Now Seuss fans can own quality reproductions of his creations. Fully authenticated, hand-pulled graphics on paper of Dr. Seuss book illustrations and exacting reproductions of his “Secret Art” are available as are replicas of his unorthodox taxidermy. Each type of art is produced in extremely limited quantities to assure a high-quality that can be used as the center piece for decorating a child’s room, den, or family room. As an authorized Seuss dealer, the Art-cade can special order any artwork that is still available at the publisher.
 
   
 


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