National Museum of American Illustration: Illustrators of the Week

They Got a Little of Everything…

The American Imagist Collection has been assembled over more than four decades and is comprised of the finest American illustration art works extant; including the largest collection of originals by Maxfield Parrish, second largest collection of Norman Rockwell, largest J.C. Leyendecker collection, Howard Pyle (“Father of American Illustration”), NC Wyeth, Charles Dana Gibson, James Montgomery Flagg, Jessie Willcox Smith, Howard Chandler Christy, Violet Oakley, John Falter, and over 150 others. They exhibit approximately 125 to 150 works at a time, much like the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. They are exhibited in a distinguished architectural setting of great note. An on-going rotation of art will complement the permanent portion of the Collection on display.

 

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