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.

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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.

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  1. In agree indeed. I was a child in Puerto Rico and one of my uncles was subscribed to the Saturday Evening Post and I would snatch it and read it and even enjoyed the stories. I used to go over it from cover to end. At my age 84 years old I am enjoying it again so much. Thanks for providing this opportunity. Sincerely, Carmen B.

  2. My working career was in the design field and I used to participate in arguments about Rockwells position as an artist. I insist that his work is far more artisic than warhols trash and much what passes as modern art !

  3. My working career was in the design field and I used to participate in arguments about Rockwells position as an artist. I insist that his work is far more artisic than warhols trash!

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