The Museum of the Union, of “Moldova” National Museum Complex in Iași, hosted retrospective exhibition “Searching for Harap Alb” of graphic artist Ludwig Dombrowsky (1920-2007), between August 22 and September 10, 2018. Born in July 8, 1920, Ludwig Dombrowsky attended the Faculty of Agronomy in Iași (1944-1950), after which he held the position of research assistant. Since 1958, he has been a designer at the „“Moldova” National Museum Complex in Iași, carrying out his activity within the Ethnographic Museum of Moldavia until 1962, and later, between 1966 and 1983, within the History Museum of Moldavia. Within his artistic creation, the favorite themes have been taken from the world of fairy tales: Harap Alb (the white Moor) and The Song of the Nibelungs. These subjects have been rendered in many forms, from book llustration to monumental graphics.