Tag Archives: covers

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

Classic Covers: Trick or Treat!

Our covers through the decades have creeped us out with witches, goblins, and even a scary neighbor or two. They’re all in good fun, but you might want to keep the lights on as you observe the talents of some of our favorites. ... More

Classic Covers: A Kiss is Just a Kiss

Are you ready for the passionate kiss appearing on the cover in … are you ready … 1907? The beautiful painting by Frank X. Leyendecker (brother of renowned artist J.C. Leyendecker) shows a beautifully dressed couple at the piano, carried away by the music, one supposes. ... 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 amok …” Here’s what we think … ... More

Classic Covers: Autumn Art

You remember many of the great faces that have appeared on our covers throughout the years, but do you recall the wonderful scenic views? We’re here to remind you of how lovely autumn can be and to ask the burning question, “What the heck happened to summer, anyway?” ... More

The Art of Work

Past covers humorously and meticulously illustrate several views of Americans hard at work (or hardly working) in this month’s Illustrators Hall of Fame. ... More
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