Rockwell Video Minute: Homecoming—Union Station

Learn about Norman Rockwell's process of painting this merry image from our December 23, 1944, cover, in which friends and families reunite at Chicago’s Union Station.

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Learn about Norman Rockwell’s process of painting this merry image from our December 23, 1944, cover, in which friends and families reunite at Chicago’s Union Station.

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Comments

  1. I LOVE NORMAN ROCKWELL ANYTHING. I HAVE ALL THE PLATES THAT HE DID, 2 OF HIS BOOKS, SAVED CALENDERS FROM THE PAST. I AM 87 YEARS OLD AND IT IS JUST TOO BAD WE DO NOT HAVE ARTISTS LIKE HIM ANYMORE.

  2. Rockwell was our greatest artist of his time. I miss his delving into the personalities in his work. If you look at one of his paintings, you are forced to digging farther than just his fabulous technique . His title of “illustrator: and not artist really bothers me. There’s Rockwell, and then there’s a Campbell soup can!!

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