Norman Rockwell

Redheads Rule!

When Rockwell painted this May 26, 1945, cover, Homecoming G.I., redhead Ardis Edgerton was at its center, but the painter didn’t stop there. He also turned every one of the central characters into redheads. More

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First Crocus
First Crocus

Fate certainly had other intentions for would-be farmer Gene Pelham. More

Room at the Inn
Room at the Inn

During the Great Depression, Rockwell's illustrations helped lift the spirit of the nation. More

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Valentine Kiss

A tribute to his late ex-wife Irene, Norman Rockwell created Signpainter, the cover illustration for the February 9, 1935, Post.  More

A Dream Come True

Rockwell's rural fantasies take flight in a 1935 painting that would later come to define him. More

Head-scratcher: Was Rockwell stuck for ideas, or was there something more at play in this October 8, 1938, cover for the Post?
More Than Meets the Eye

Was Rockwell stuck for ideas, or was there something more at play in this October 8, 1938, cover for the Post? More

Overnight Sensation

Appearing on a Saturday Evening Post cover could be a springboard to fame, and this Post cover features an eventual movie star. More

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