The Secret Art of Dr. Seuss
Art Leaders Gallery is the premier Dr.Seuss gallery, holding the largest collection of Dr. Seuss’ Midnight Paintings for sale. Our collection includes newer releases like The Birds and the Trees, A Large Family of Dilemmas, and Lonely as well as many rare and archived pieces such as Martini Bird, The Rather Odd Myopic Woman, and Self-Portrait as a Young Man Shaving.
The Midnight Paintings
“I remember telling Ted that there will come a day where many of his paintings would be seen and he would thus share with his fans another facet of himself, his private self. That day has come, and I am glad.”
– Audrey Geisel
The world knows Theodore “Dr. Seuss” Geisel as the American author that inspired generations to read. What most don’t know is that Dr. Seuss created a series of Midnight Paintings in addition to his well-known characters. These secret paintings served as creative outlets for the artist, sometimes inspiring his famous books. Like his collection of Unorthodox Taxidermy, Seuss never sold these paintings during his lifetime. He was firm that the children’s books were his career, and the paintings were a pass-time. It wasn’t until after his death, Audrey Geisel decided that the world needed to see this side of Seuss. As a result, The Art of Dr. Seuss Collection was created.
In 1997, partnered with Chase Art Group, Audrey launched the Art of Dr. Seuss Project. Thus, Ted’s art was able to be shared with the world. These high-quality reproductions of Ted’s work has stayed as true to his originals as possible.
Start your Dr. Seuss Collection with Art Leaders!
As the premier Dr. Seuss gallery, Art Leaders Gallery holds the largest collection of available Secret Art or Midnight Paintings. We have the newest releases as well as the rare Cat Carnival in West Venice and Cat Detective in the Wrong Part of Town.
Please contact the gallery with any questions on this unique piece of history! Likewise, our West Bloomfield, Michigan gallery is free and open to the public Monday through Saturday 10am to 6pm EST if you want to see the creatures in person.
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