Tag Archives: Norman Rockwell

Rockwell Video Minute: Shiner

Learn about Norman Rockwell’s process of painting this iconic image from our May 23, 1943, cover, in which a girl — appearing victorious after a schoolyard dust up — waits for the principal.  More
The Gossips

Psst! Wanna Hear a Secret?

Have you heard the story behind Norman Rockwell’s illustration, The Gossips? Rumor has it that after it appeared on the cover of The Post, his neighbor never talked to him again.  More
Arial view of Manhattan

New York Street Gets Rockwell Name

A corner of New York City will be co-named Norman Rockwell Place to mark the birthplace of one of America’s most beloved artists thanks to the efforts of a group of high school students and an inspirational teacher.  More
Norman Rockwell's painting, "Sayaing Grace"

Rockwell Rising

The Post‘s most beloved illustrator has long been admired as a skilled storyteller and an exquisite craftsman, but only in the past few decades has he come to be appreciated as the visionary artist that he truly was.  More

Classic Covers: Black Friday

The tradition of gift giving is as old as Christmas itself. But, like all traditions, it changes over time. In lieu of Black Friday madness, here’s how gift shopping used to work back in the day.  More

A Salute to Veterans

Tributes to the military have long been portrayed on covers of The Saturday Evening Post, from situations serious to humorous. In honor of Veterans Day, we would like to share some of our favorites.  More
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