Norman Rockwell

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A Rockwell Father’s Day

Pack up the car and fire up the grill, but before you leave to celebrate the dad or dads in your life out in this sticky summer weather, reminisce with these fictional fathers of a... More

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Early Rockwell Models

Norman Rockwell did Post covers from 1916 to 1963 — a remarkable 47 years. Who were the folks on his first generation of covers?... More

Norman Rockwell's painting, "Sayaing Grace"
Rockwell Rising

The Post's most beloved illustrator has long been admired as a skilled storyteller and an exquisite craftsman, but only in the past few decades has... More

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‘Why I Paint the Way I Paint’

In this excerpt from his 1960 autobiography, My Adventures as an Illustrator, Rockwell offers a fascinating and utterly candid glimpse of his life and work... More

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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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Inside Job

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

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Road Trip!

In an economic upswing after WWII ended, record numbers of Americans hit the open highway. Rockwell celebrated the emerging trend on the 1947 Post cover... More

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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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Something Serious

Deviating from lighthearted fare for a change, Norman Rockwell interprets the Golden Rule.... More

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