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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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Christmas at Pop’s

In her latest post, Abigail Rockwell shares fond memories of Christmases spent at her grandfather’s home in Stockbridge. ... More

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A Rockwell Thanksgiving Portrait

See how Rockwell’s technique changed in five years. “My grandfather…always kept looking for ways to improve his technique,” writes Abigail Rockwell, “and step out of... 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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Cousin Reginald

Between 1917 and 1922, Norman Rockwell created a series of covers depicting the misadventures of a city slicker named Reginald Claude Fitzhugh, who repeatedly fell... 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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Fred Otnes

The Post pays tribute to Post illustrator and collage artist Fred Otnes, who passed away Tuesday, July 28.... More

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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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Classic Covers

Art collections celebrating holidays, seasons, and American culture, sports, and traditions
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Santa Claus

Ho, ho, ho! A gallery of Santa covers just for you by two of our most skilled illustrators — J.C. Leyendecker and Norman Rockwell. ... More

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Beyond the Canvas

An in-depth analysis of some of The Saturday Evening Post's most iconic 20th-century art
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A Salute to Veterans

Tributes to the military have long been portrayed on covers of The Saturday Evening Post, from situations serious to humorous. In honor of Veterans Day,... 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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