Dr. Seuss The Grinch Petting Max by Jim Shore Statue:
Dr. Seuss' story How The Grinch Stole Christmas! is cleverly retold with handcrafted designs created in Jim Shore's unique folk art style. Perhaps the only thing the Grinch sort of cares about is Max the dog. He sits happily with reindeer antlers strapped to his head as Santa Grinch gives him a rough pat. The pup steers the towering sleigh of stolen presents home in this Jim Shore classic. The Dr. Seuss The Grinch Petting Max by Jim Shore Statue is made of stone resin. Measures about 7 1/2-inches long x 5 1/2-inches tall x 2 4/5-inches wide.
Jim Shore is a treasured artist and something of a legend, inspiring his friends and expansive base of followers with work reminiscent of family, tradition, spirituality, and love of country. Shore's signature look of handmade, hand-carved art evokes appreciation and nostalgia, while embracing inspired themes of folklore and tradition found within American and European folk art. As a quilting aficionado, he often combines traditional quilt patterns with one of his favorite types of folk art, rosemaling, into his designs. Jim Shore's creations make much-appreciated gifts for almost anyone!