In his painting Duel on the Beach, N.C. Wyeth uses character, setting, and mood to reveal the story of two pirates facing off in a swashbuckling swordfight. Grant Wood presents dual narratives in Parson Weem’s Fable. He shows Weems in the foreground pulling back a curtain that reveals a young George Washington cutting down a cherry tree. Norman Rockwell’s The Runaway uses many different details to tell the story—from the title to the setting, props, and characters’ clothing. Jacob Lawrence explores the Great Migration in his Migration Series. He aims to educate viewers about this period in African American history. Audrey Flack’s 1977 photorealistic painting Marilyn (Vanitas) presents a narrative through an arrangement of objects.