International Business Times | Cristina Silva:
Theodor Seuss Geisel won over the world with his whimsical prose and drawings captured in dozens of beloved children’s stories such as “Green Eggs and Ham” and “The Cat in the Hat.” But before he was famous, the illustrator who later became known as Dr. Seuss devoted his late-night hours to creating beautiful paintings with characters that would later inform his work.
“At nighttime, it was just his own unbridled creativity he was able to put out there on canvas, on a piece of paper, on board,” Jeff Schuffman, spokesman for the Art of Dr. Seuss Collection, told local reporters. “Which, I think, definitely benefited what he was doing during his day job. I think one inspired the other.”… Read more
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