Beloved as he was during his six-decade career, artist Norman Rockwell found himself a "man out of time? when it came to many of the prevailing trends taking place in the art world. He famously commented that, "I love it when I get admiring letters from people. Show More Summary
Inspired by journeys to Iraq, Afghanistan, and Guantanamo, the hyper-anxieties of war come alive in Steve Mumford’s paintings at Postmasters Gallery.
This week in art news: Gilbert & George announced plans to open a contemporary art center in London, the Manhattan block where Norman Rockwell grew up was renamed in his honor, and archaeologists found what they believe are remains of Kublai Khan's imperial palace.
A corner of New York was transformed into a Norman Rockwell portrait Thursday when a Manhattan street corner was named after the artist.
"You really understand Rockwell’s work in a whole new way when you realize he grew up on the West Side. He formed a view of the world that can be traced right back to 103rd Street. You’ve got to imagine he was struck by the great disparities of wealth in New York City even then, and that awareness stuck with him through his career. Show More Summary
My grandfather once said himself, "The Post is my best and only opportunity to express myself fully." He liked to come up with his own stories and tell them his way -- and the Post covers were the best way for him to do that. With other illustration work he was forced to rely on and stay true to someone else's story. Show More Summary
Triple Self-Portrait Norman Rockwell 1960 Hey...I love Rockwell. So sue me....
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Sotheby?s spring sale of American Art on 18 May 2016 includes works by some of the most iconic names in the category. From John Singer Sargent?s striking Poppies (estimate $4?6 million), to Norman Rockwell?s remarkable 1949 Post cover Road Block (estimate $4?6 million), the sale presents a range of styles and genres from the 19th and 20th centuries. Show More Summary
1957…After the Prom - by Norman Rockwell [detail] by James Vaughan Via Flickr: copyright- estate of Norman Rockwell
ric brings the women to Warsaw Indiana population 12 including him, and meets his parents at a diner right out of a Norman Rockwell painting, if he painted diners. Beneric tells his hot-ish dad that he can't decide which of the women to bang, but he tells him that with his eyes only, because his generic mom is also sitting at the table. Show More Summary
In celebration of Black History Month, Norman Rockwell Museum has partnered with Google to share artworks and artifacts from its permanent collection, that illustrate Norman Rockwell?s dedication to civil rights. Available through the...Show More Summary
I was a bit nervous as I had never done this before. I wasn’t even sure what I was going to do once I saw him. The only certainty in my mind at that time was that this was not the Norman Rockwell image of the physician-patient encounter that I proudly displayed in my office. […]
The Board of Trustees and staff of Norman Rockwell Museum mourn the passing of Museum Trustee Murray Tinkelman (1933-2016), an exceptional illustrator and educator, who worked diligently for almost 25 years to advance the Museum?s illustration art mission. Show More Summary
The artist is still celebrated for depicting Americana at its best.
Visitors didn’t seem to be enjoying themselves all that much when I was at the Norman Rockwell show at the High Museum a couple of weeks ago. I had the feeling that some museumgoers, after taking a close look at these finicky renderings of puppy love and civic pride, wondered why the show had set off a national media blizzard. Show More Summary
(Scott Johnson) Nebraska attorney David Begley winds up his reports from Iowa for us with this account of last night’s GOP caucus in Carter Lake: It was a scene right out of a Norman Rockwell painting. The citizens of Carter Lake gathered...Show More Summary
The Hyde Collection is presenting Norman Rockwell in the 1960s, an exhibition that showcases 21 illustrations and original magazine covers created by the beloved artist during a decade of change and turmoil. The show opened on Saturday, January 16, and continue through Sunday, April 3, 2016, in the Museum's Hoopes Gallery. Show More Summary
Last week we visited the Norman Rockwell Museum to see the exhibition "Masters of the Golden Age: Harvey Dunn and His Students." Dunn was a vital link between Howard Pyle's teaching and a generation of story illustrators in the Golden Age of Illustration. Show More Summary
For "Postal's" third arc, Isaac Goodhart has created Norman Rockwell-inspired variant covers -- check them all out, with the exclusive first look at issue 12's cover.