Tag Archives: Norman Rockwell

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
Armchair General by Norman Rockwell, April 29,1949

Tuning In to WWII

Rockwell’s ‘Armchair General’ portrays the older generation’s passion to stay current with war news and its frustrating isolation from the action overseas  More

Norman Rockwell Crashes the New York Art Scene

Today, Norman Rockwell is an American icon. But even late in his career, art critics viewed him as an ordinary illustrator (and a slightly corny one at that). Get a sneak peek at author Deborah Solomon’s new book, American Mirror: The Life and Art of Norman Rockwell.  More
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