HOP POP TOP-Dyptich by Dr. Seuss
Hop Pop Top-Dyptich by Dr. Seuss
- Fine Art Pigment Print on Acid-Free Paper
- Authorized Estate Edition
- Image Size: 18.5” x 25”
- Limited Edition of 1500 Arabic Numbers
Adapted posthumously from an early concept drawing for the 1963 book, Hop On Pop.
In 1963, Dr. Seuss wrote Hop On Pop, a tribute to fatherhood. Dr. Seuss's own father, T.R. Geisel was very supportive of his son and a great influence on his artwork.
- He was the inspiration for Dr. Seuss's love of animals and many of the wacky creatures that populated his work. Best-selling examples of Seuss’s beloved animal artworks include the Taxidermy Sculptures, After Dark in the Park, and more.
- His father inspired thenonsensical and fantastic inventions and machines that became a hallmark of some of his most famous artworks and stories.
- Seuss's fatherinspired the "Dr. Seuss" name that would become iconic the world over.