The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss

A Seuss drawing suggesting that no matter how big, inflated or different the image we try to portray, being ourselves is most important.

TM & © 1995 Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L. P., Secret Art Collection, courtesy of the Museum of Science and Industry

‘Pink-Tufted Small Beast in Night Landscape,’ 1960

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‘The Stag at Eve,’ 1960

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‘Peru 1 (Giant Llama Led Through Village), 1925

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‘Peru 2 (Vultures Waiting for the Fall), 1925

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‘Peru 3 (Cock Fight), 1925

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‘Peru 4 (Angry Pig), 1925

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Zachery

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‘The Manly Art of Self-Defense,’ 1927

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