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Classic Covers: Dogs Hate School!

If there’s anything I’ve learned from studying hundreds of magazine covers for the Post and Country Gentleman, a sister publication, it is that dogs hate... More

Springtime, 1927 by Norman Rockwell, April 16, 1927
A Norman Rockwell Spring

Who better to greet springtime than Norman Rockwell? In Springtime, the artist's fancy often turned to the whimsical. Dancing critters? Oh my!... More

America’s Artist

Norman Rockwell didn’t create his celebrated images using only brush and paint. They often took shape first as scenes that Rockwell literally acted out. Showing... More

Norman Rockwell Goes to the Dogs

Is the skinny guy a dogcatcher or just some kind of nut? That’s what some locals thought of Rockwell scrounging around town looking for dogs... More

Rockwell in Hollywood

His scenes of everyday life have become a symbol for Americana at its best, but Norman Rockwell was a portrait artist as well—illustrating some of... More

Obama’s Rockwell

Is there an artist in the house? Illustrations from America’s most beloved magazine hang proudly in the Oval Office. ... More

You Asked: What Would Rockwell Do?

One reader suggests that if Rockwell were alive and illustrating today, he would be painting covers depicting “the insane world of today with technology run... More

The Collector’s Corner

Defining the everyday mannerisms of American culture, Norman Rockwell collectibles carefully narrate classic slice-of-life moments—illustrations destined to live forever as a reminder of our nation’s... More

Rockwell’s Willie Gillis

Two lovely ladies are at their mailboxes, but the situation isn’t pretty. Seems both have been communicating with the same soldier, Willie Gillis. Not the... More

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