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Exhibition March 22 − June 21
American Illustrators: Wyeth, Parrish, Rockwell
This exclusive exhibition features about 35 original works by three of America's most famous and beloved illustrators:Maxfield Parrish, Norman Rockwell and N.K. Wyeth.

Parrish used the works of the old masters to create his own stories, saying that he used the paintings to create his own “world of pretense”.

Rockwell created a small town in America, which we all love with our personal paintings.

Wyeth, the father of artist Andrew Wyeth, created a rich legacy of historical works, especially his paintings of the West and Native Americans, which illustrated stories in Scribner's magazines and books.
1940, 58.4×47 cm
All artworks at the exhibition