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This very special exhibit offers guests the unique opportunity to view the personal collection of Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame recipient, Peter de Sève, and to learn what pieces in it inspire (and intimidate!) him. Spanning over 200 years, the show includes gems by legendary artists including: Edmund Dulac, Vivienne Flesher, Frank Frazetta, A.B. Frost, Carter Goodrich, Ana Juan, Moebius, T.S. Sullivant and many more.

Peter de Sève has created some of the most beloved images in the worlds of print and animation over the course of his 40-year career. From his design of the neurotic, saber-toothed “Scrat,” to his many unforgettable New Yorker magazine covers, de Sève has been producing classic images that continue to provoke and delight.

An opening reception will take place January 26th.

Illustration credit info:

Philip Burke
American; 1956
Portrait of Peter de Sève
ca. 2007
Oil on canvas

Winsor McCay
American, (1869-1934)
Gertie the Dinosaur
ink on paper

Moebius-aka Jean Giraud
French; (1938-2012)
Sketch of Arzack
ca. 1988
ink on vellum

Harry Rountree
Green rabbit and fox
watercolor on paper

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