Wanda Gág House Exhibits

Millions of Cats entered the Public Domain this year and is a on-going feature of the Wanda Gág House Collection. Come see the timeless children’s book that tells the story of an old man and an old woman who set out to find a cat (and millions and trillions of cats) to keep them company. This classic tale, first published in 1928, with charming illustrations and a heartwarming narrative, “Millions of Cats” continues to captivate readers of all ages.

Newly revealed works of art by Wanda, Flavia, and Anton will be showcased at the Gag House.

Wanda Gág in Museums

Wanda Gág is part of the permanent collection

Whitney Museum of American Art
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Museum of Modern Art
Brooklyn Museum of Art (NYC)
Smithsonian American Art Museum (DC)
Philadelphia Museum of Art (PA)
Santa Barbara Museum of Art (CA)
Minneapolis Institute of Arts
Minnesota History Center
University of Minnesota-Kerlan Collection
Wanda Gag House
Brown County Historical Society Museum
New Ulm Public Library
Minnesota Marine Art Museum (MN)

Bilbiotheque National (Paris)
Rijksmuseum (Amsterdam)
Kupferstichkabinett (Basel)
British Museum
South Kensington
Victor Albert (London)
Kupferstichkabinett (Berlin)
Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts (Moscow)
National Gallery of Canada (Ottawa)