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How Cold War Politics Sabotaged Norman Rockwell’s Art

An exhibition at the Norman Rockwell Museum tracking the drop and resurgence in popularity of narrative art raises much bigger questions than it set out to address. The post How Cold War Politics Sabotaged Norman Rockwell’s Art appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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