Adapted posthumously from the original watercolor and color pencil on board
Medium: Pigment on Somerset Paper
Size: 32” x 21”
Price: $1495, unframed
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Many of Ted’s paintings of the 1930s and ’40s used an artistic element derived from his most successful work as a commercial illustrator. Referred to as Geisel’s Deco Period, these years are marked by his instinctive use of saturated black backgrounds combined with art deco elements often found within the architecture of his artworks. Ultimately, he created a new visual language that accentuated the muted pallets so characteristic of this period.