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Rockwell Video Minute: Homecoming—Union Station

Published: June 1, 2017

Learn about Norman Rockwell’s process of painting this merry image from our December 23, 1944, cover, in which friends and families reunite at Chicago’s Union Station.

See all of the videos in our Rockwell Video Minute series at www.saturdayeveningpost/rockwell-video.

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  • doug rose

    Thanks for sharing these amazing classics

  • I LOVE NORMAN ROCKWELL ANYTHING. I HAVE ALL THE PLATES THAT HE DID, 2 OF HIS BOOKS, SAVED CALENDERS FROM THE PAST. I AM 87 YEARS OLD AND IT IS JUST TOO BAD WE DO NOT HAVE ARTISTS LIKE HIM ANYMORE.

  • Rockwell was our greatest artist of his time. I miss his delving into the personalities in his work. If you look at one of his paintings, you are forced to digging farther than just his fabulous technique . His title of “illustrator: and not artist really bothers me. There’s Rockwell, and then there’s a Campbell soup can!!

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