A Thneed's a Fine Something That All People Need!

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A Thneed's a Fine Something That All People Need!

695.00

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Diptych
695 USD - Unframed
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Fine Art Pigment Print on Acid-Free Paper
Authorized Estate Edition

Image Size: 14” x 10” each
Paper Size: 17.5” x 24.5”

Limited Edition of 850 Arabic Numbers
99 Patrons’ Collection
155 Collaborators’ Proofs
2 Printer's Proofs
5 Hors d'Commerce

Adapted posthumously from an early concept drawing and the final illustration for the 1971 book, The Lorax.

Single - Right Image Only
395 USD - Unframed

International Purchases: Prices are shown in US Dollars only and do not reflect local exchange rates. Local taxes, import duties or shipping & handling are not included. Please contact a gallery for local pricing.

Fine Art Pigment Print on Acid-Free Paper
Authorized Estate Edition

Image Size: 14” x 10”
Paper Size: 17.5” x 13”

Limited Edition of 2500 Arabic Numbers
155 Collaborators’ Proofs

Adapted posthumously from the final illustration for the 1971 book, The Lorax.

Over forty years ago, Dr. Seuss presented this metaphorical question in a book he had written about a furry little creature who came to speak on behalf of the trees. Seuss saw a changing world where modern progress and rapid growth presented a formidable risk to the future of our planet. And, in typical fashion, he packaged this explosive concern inside a lovable and surreal character — The Lorax. His chubby body, quick wit, and outright concern for the Oncler’s stubborn ambition to make a Thneed that everyone needs, marked him forever as one of the first standard bearers for the environment. 

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