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Young boy and girl on a date at a soda shop

Beyond the Canvas: Date Night Deflated

Much like Norman Rockwell, Frances Tipton Hunter painted innocent boys and girls living idealized American childhoods–save for this cute little couple, who find themselves on a nightmare of an ending to their date. ... More
"Mailman" by Stevan Dohanos. May 13, 1944. © SEPS 2014

Spring Covers: A Perennial Favorite

Our spring-themed covers from artists like John Falter, Stevan Dohanos, and Thornton Utz show the variety of the season–from warm, sunny mornings in the garden to drizzly, soaking rains, and days spent cleaning out the staleness of winter. ... More

Commuter Train

Rush hour takes on a new meaning as an express train barrels past a busy station stop. Hats fly, papers scatter, and a befuddled canary seeks a safe haven while an unflappable Marine absorbs it all—a snapshot of American life by Post artist Thornton Utz before passenger business dried up and people began to drive […] ... 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 for paintings. Since the Mar/Apr issue of The Saturday Evening Post honors Rockwell, we thought it was only right you knew the truth. Norman Rockwell went to the dogs. ... More

Classic Covers: Artistic License

The theme for the March/April issue of the Post is “Art in America,” and we have found that our Post cover artists loved painting…other artists! We found some fun paintings of paintings or painters painting. Are you with us so far? ... More

The Art of the Common Cold

Feeling under the weather? Well, sip your hot drink, pull the quilt more closely around you and enjoy some classic Saturday Evening Post covers showing folks (and a pup) in the same boat. ... More
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