Fantastical art of ‘Wild things’ author is on display at the Skirball

“What we really like to emphasize at our display of this exhibition is that these original works really showcase Sendak as a fine artist, not just a children's book illustrator,” says Skirball Center Managing Co-curator Sarah Daymude. Credit: Maurice Sendak Foundation.

Maurice Sendak, author of “Where the Wild Things Are” and “Alligators All Around,” is the focus of the Skirball Center’s new exhibit, which includes original art and first editions of his books. 

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