McNay Art Museum
San Antonio, TX
Organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge, Massachusetts, The Art of Enchantment highlights original works by award-winning children's book illustrators. Featured artists and stories are: Kinuko Y. Craft - The Twelve Dancing Princesses; Susan Jeffers - Cinderella; Stephen T. Johnson - A Christmas Carol; Gary Kelley - Rip Van Winkle; Fred Marcellino - The Steadfast Tin Soldier; Barry Moser - Beauty and the Beast; Jerry Pinkney - The Last Tales of Uncle Remus; Ruth Sanderson - The Twelve Dancing Princesses; Gennady Spirin - Snow White and Rose Red; Alain Vaes - Reynard the Fox; Chris Van Allsburg - Swan Lake; and Paul O. Zelinsky - Rumplestiltskin.
Kinuko Y. Craft
The Twelve Dancing Princesses
Organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge, MA
"Few images possess such personal meaning as those we remember from childhood," said McNay Director William J. Chiego. "In this exhibition, works of singular merit and great individuality enhance stories that have been a part of our culture for centuries."
The McNay is located at 6000 N. New Braunfels and Austin Hwy. Hours: Tuesday-Saturday: 10-5; Su: 12-5. Closed Mondays, January 1, July 4, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Admissions: Free. There is an admission fee for select special exhibitions.
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