A truly wonderful Sendak exhibit, with original art that is well displayed. The height of the visit was seeing a series of eight drawings done by Sendak when he was a young student in lieu of writing a report on MacBeth. The docent, a very knowledgable woman, said that Sendak's teacher kept the drawings her entire life, and left them to her child who loaned them to the museum for this exhibit. This museum is well worth a visit!
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