Millions of Cats Book Cover by Wanda Gag

Beyond her renowned children’s book “Millions of Cats”, Wanda Gág’s artistic legacy continues to inspire artists and art enthusiasts internationally, and, thus, she remains a prominent figure in the global art world. Her artworks have been showcased in prestigious institutions such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the British Museum and the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), reflecting her compassionate portrayal of everyday life.


With the recent opening at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City and the new exhibit of several new acquisitions in New Ulm, author, painter, print maker and suffragette Wanda Gág (1893-1946) is back in the limelight. Also highlighted are the works of Anton and Flavia Gag.

Painting by Wanda Gag
Nothing At All Book Cover

Nothing At All

Beyond millions of cats, Wanda Gag has created many more books. This year we are highlighting “Nothing At All” the story of three little dogs, one who is invisible.

The House is a Work of Art

The Wanda Gag House is not only a historical landmark but also a work of art in itself. As visitors explore the restored two-and-a-half-story house, they can appreciate how the Anton Gag’s architecture harmonizes with the family’s innovative and artistic sensibilities. The house itself becomes a canvas that showcases the artistic inspiration and heritage that shaped the renowned illustrator and author.

Visiting the Wanda Gag House is not only an opportunity to learn about Wanda Gág’s artistic journey but also to experience a piece of living art that embodies the Gag family’s rich creative heritage.

Outside view of the Wanda Gag House in New Ulm, MN