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The Real Rockwell

Stories about The Saturday Evening Post's most celebrated artist told by his granddaughter Abigail Rockwell
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Crackers in Bed

Abigail Rockwell discovers a 1920 advertisement from her grandfather Norman Rockwell’s Edison Mazda series.... More

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Norman Rockwell

Collected articles about the artist whose work is nearly synonymous with The Saturday Evening Post
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Canine Commotion

Norman Rockwell's balky bulldog brings the world to a halt while the supporting cast tries to coax him out of the way. ... More

Norman Rockwell illustration of a man carrying a mermaid in a lobster trap
Lucky Catch

A Rockwell nude? Well, almost. When Mermaid surfaced on the August 20, 1955, cover of the Post, it stirred a storm of controversy.... More

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Cover Artists

Biographies of the artists who contributed to The Saturday Evening Post's rich history of iconic covers
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Coby Whitmore

This Society of Illustrators Hall of Famer influenced a generation of artists with his minimalist approach.... More

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Guy Hoff

Guy Hoff used his talent for figure drawing to create seven covers for The Saturday Evening Post.... More

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Classic Covers

Art collections celebrating holidays, seasons, and American culture, sports, and traditions
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Fourth of July

This week, we’re preparing for the Fourth of July by gathering our favorite red, white, and blue cover art dedicated to this summer holiday.... More

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Inside Illustrations

Curated art collections from The Saturday Evening Post archive — includes vintage advertising and story illustration

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