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Raising Money for the Arts
In 1963, Ted Geisel donated a recent (circa 1962) painting from his La Jolla Birdwoman series to a charity auction benefiting the La Jolla Art Center. This prized artwork titled Raising Money for the Arts in La Jolla, won the top auction bid of the night, more than was paid for a Cezanne drawing. It was the one and only time Ted offered one of his paintings for sale.
We proudly announce the release of the Raising Money for the Arts print edition*. This hand-pulled, fine art serigraph pays homage to patrons who also support the valuable role played by fine art galleries, which make it possible for us to experience art's inspiration each and every day.
Image Size: 24.5 x 28
Limited Edition of 850 Serigraphs, 155 Collaborators Proofs,
99 Patrons Collection Serigraphs, and 5 Hors d Commerce
*A second state of 495 prints on paper is reserved to raise
money for arts organizations.