Norman Rockwell

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Ouija Does It

In 1919, Norman Rockwell found inspiration at his wife's alma mater.... More

Rockwell’s Silly Side

Norman Rockwell had a terrific sense of humor, as reflected in some of his most famous Post covers. Join us in a look at the... More

“Jazz It Up with a Sax” from the November 2, 1929, Post cover. © SEPS.
Starting Over

After learning that his wife wanted a divorce, Norman Rockwell buried himself in his work. In our September-October issue, we take you behind the scenes... More

Flirting With Norman Rockwell

Rockwell loved flirts. He must have, because he painted enough of them. Our flirtatious folks span the decades from 1917 to 1960 - an... More

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