Cover Art

The Real Rockwell

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

Inside Job

Norman Rockwell's unconventional approach to illustrating fiction.... More

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Cover Artists

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

Let’s face it. No one is completely immune to the lure of the October jamboree.... More

Happy Halloween!

The holiday’s ghoulish, spooky, and adorable tricks and treats on the covers of The Saturday Evening Post... 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
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
Vintage Auto Ads: Cadillac

Long before the Cadillac Motor Company was known for making the luxury cars that embodied American opulence, the company was known for its exceptional engineering.... More

Vintage Auto Ads: Oldsmobile

See how the Oldsmobile changed. From the company’s beginning to its end, the automaker published ads in The Saturday Evening Post for nearly 100 years.... More

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