The Stag at Eve

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The Stag at Eve

2,195.00

by Dr. Seuss

Serigraph on Archival Panel
Image and Panel Size: 36” x 24” 

Adapted posthumously from the circa 1960 original watercolor on board.

Many of the paintings Ted Geisel created in the 1930s and 40s use an artistic element derived from his most successful work as a commercial illustrator. This period, known as Geisel’s “Deco Period,” refers to his instinctive use of saturated black backgrounds, combined with Art Deco elements often found within the architecture of Seuss’s artworks.

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Many of the paintings Ted Geisel created in the 1930s and 40s use an artistic element derived from his most successful work as a commercial illustrator. This period, known as Geisel’s “Deco Period,” refers to his instinctive use of saturated black backgrounds, combined with Art Deco elements often found within the architecture of Seuss’s artworks.