Rockwell Video Minute: Golden Rule

In 1961, Norman Rockwell created a painting that reminded us to do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

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In 1961, Norman Rockwell created a painting that reminded us to do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

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Comments

  1. This is perhaps his greatest cover of all, for the ages. It definitely showed times had changed as well as Rockwell himself. He continued his social voice for most of the ’60s at LOOK magazine, doing many inside illustrIons ranging from racial prejudice to the Moon Landing, many people today are not aware of.

  2. I wonder if Mr. Rockwell ever dreamed or gave any thought to being able to give so much joy to people so many years after his passing ?

  3. Mr. Rockwell is a thoroughly missed and marvelous person, who could see good in the worst of us. His art will always represent the very best of humanity. He draws both smiles and tears with his work.

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