Norman Daly had an illustrious career as a painter during the 1940s and 50s. Several of his works from that period are now offered for donation through Museum Exchange, the first digital platform for art donations that connects donors with museums and manages every step of the donation process. New catalogs are posted quarterly.
This newly digitized review with photos, first published in the April 1961 issue of the Trojan Horse magazine at Cornell University, reveals many early clues to further development into the vast Civilization of Llhuros installation.
The Asheville Museum of Art in Asheville, North Carolina has added the Norman Daly painting Tobias and the Angel to its collection. The painting was in the private collection of Elizabeth Cornell, a long-time friend of the artist. Upon her death in May 2012 in Asheville, her children gifted the museum with the painting in her memory. Exhibition dates will be announced here when they are set by the museum.