Incidental Music for a New Year's Party

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Incidental Music for a New Year's Party

1,695.00

by Dr. Seuss

Image Size: 22” x 36” with an additional canvas border

Adapted posthumously from the circa 1932 original, first published in black and white in the January 2, 1932 issue of Judge magazine

Ted’s propensity for the mechanically outrageous is obvious in Incidental Music for a New Year’s Eve Party, which was published as a black-and-white center spread in Judge magazine on January 2, 1932, and again in color in the Danish magazine Illustreret Familie-Journal, circa 1932. This work embodies all the best of Ted’s musically exaggerated imagination and is an early hallmark that set the stage for an elaborate history of made-up vehicles, machines, and instruments.

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Ted’s propensity for the mechanically outrageous is obvious in Incidental Music for a New Year’s Eve Party, which was published as a black-and-white center spread in Judge magazine on January 2, 1932, and again in color in the Danish magazine Illustreret Familie-Journal, circa 1932. This work embodies all the best of Ted’s musically exaggerated imagination and is an early hallmark that set the stage for an elaborate history of made-up vehicles, machines, and instruments.