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Norman Rockwell Museum galleries, 2014

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Illustration art has certainly been in the news lately. In addition to stories about the upcoming George Lucas narrative art museum and ongoing interest in Norman Rockwell’s work, this week Daniel Grant of The Huffington Post asks the question, “Everyone Loves Illustration Art, But Where Does One See It?” Norman Rockwell Museum is included along with a number of other worthy venues (listed below) in an essay that addresses some of the challenges facing museums looking to add original, commercial art to their collections.

Related Venues (as featured in HuffPost article):

Brandywine River Museum

Delaware Art Museum

New Britain Museum of American Art

Cabinet of American Illustration/Library of Congress

UCLA/Armand Hammer Museum/Grunwald Center for the Graphic Arts

Kerlan Collection of Children’s Literature/113 Elmer L. Andersen Library

Spencer Museum of Art/University of Kansas

Related Links:

Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies

“Everyone Loves Illustration Art, But Where Does One See It?” Huffington Post, September 29, 2014

“For Sendak, perhaps it’s only ‘Au revoir,” Philadelphia Inquirer, September 28, 2014

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