'Ten Commandments' exhibit to commemorate Friberg's 100th birthday

Starting in 1953, artist Arnold Friberg spent three years in Hollywood as filmmaker Cecil B. DeMille's chief artist for the epic motion picture, "The Ten Commandments." Friberg would gain notoriety for 15 pre-visualization paintings which were used to promote the film worldwide.

More than 50 years later, those scenes painted by Friberg are still known to those who traditionally watch the movie each Easter on network television.

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