J.C. Leyendecker

Many think of Norman Rockwell as the Post’s most prominent illustrator, but his mentor, J.C. Leyendecker, made the Post an iconic magazine.  More

Classic Covers: The Fourth of July Throughout the Decades

Artist Guernsey Moore did many turn-of-century covers (at the turn of the 20th century, not the 21st), and the June 30, 1900, issue appears to be our first Fourth of July cover. Using colonials as representative of the Fourth was popular before the days of fancy fireworks and Fourth of July parades, although firecrackers showed up early.  More

Classic Art: A Leyendecker July 4th

The most prolific cover artist from The Saturday Evening Post, J.C. Leyendecker, influenced the way we look at Santa during Christmas, turkeys and pies at Thanksgiving, and fireworks on the Fourth of July.  More
“Freedom From Want” by Norman Rockwell from March 3, 1943

Classic Covers: Thanksgiving

Norman Rockwell and his mentor, J.C. Leyendecker, not only created more Post covers than any other artists, their art helped shape the way Americans think about Thanksgiving. The Saturday Evening Post is giving thanks for its two greatest artists.  More

Spring Cleaning

Ready for spring cleaning? We have terrific Saturday Evening Post covers from the past to inspire you and get you raring to go! Or, if nothing else, to show that misery loves company.  More

Turkey Time!

Enjoy these funny, sometimes sweet, and always classic Thanksgiving covers revolving around food, family, and togetherness.  More
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