In the newest installment of Wannabe, artist Chris Prunckle reviews Your New Norman Rockwell, the new solo album from Micah Schnabel of Two Cow Garage, in his signature six-panel comic strip form. Click on the image for full resolution...Show More Summary
This summer, the Norman Rockwell Museum presents the first exhibition to pair Rockwell (1894?1978) and Andy Warhol (1928?1987), examining their artistic and cultural influence during their lifetimes and their ongoing legacies. With 100...Show More Summary
Whoa! If you’re looking for a cozy home with a homey, warm feel to it that shouts Norman Rockwell luxe, beat it. This isn’t the place for you. Designed by Randy Ruiz of AAA Architects, and in collaboration with Benjamin Parco, 132 Alpine...Show More Summary
It started with “the Great Gravitron Massacre”. I think. Maybe it was “Come Back to Shelby”. Either way, it was on a Suburban Home Records sampler CD. The old ones with the shitty little sticker with the title of the comp but no other data. I wasn’t sure who it was but the song […]
Today at Sotheby?s New York, all-American favorite Norman Rockwell commanded the top price of American Art week for the second season running. Painted at the height of his career and exemplifying his ability to depict everyday life with...Show More Summary
Before The Shot Norman Rockwell That scale caught my eye. My grandfather was a pediatrician and had one in his office. When he retired he gave it to my parents and it was in our house for years. I...
The Mormon Church is making the Boy Scouts of America look mentally woke, Sarah Rose Siskind writes: The Boy Scouts is an institution more wholesome and more American than a Norman Rockwell painting of a puppy saluting an American flag. Show More Summary
Are the Four Freedoms that FDR explained and that Norman Rockwell painted still alive and well in the U.S.? Editorial: FDR’s Four Freedoms Seem Lacking Today was originally posted on: PlanetSave. To read more from Planetsave, join thousands of others and subscribe to our free RSS feed, follow us on Facebook (also free), follow us on Twitter, or just visit our homepage.
Norman Rockwell?s Study for Triple Self Portrait, an oil study for the artist's self-described 1960 Saturday Evening Post "masterpiece", sold for $1,332,500, a new world record for an oil study by the artist Wednesday during Heritage Auctions? American Art Auction in Dallas. Show More Summary
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Norman Rockwell Museum received a contribution earlier this month from an unexpected source: Chubb Insurance presented the Museum with a $15,000 check that was the returned claims payment resulting from the discovery and return of a stolen Norman Rockwell painting. Show More Summary
Now you can sleep where Norman Rockwell worked and lived.
Breakfast in the Open Carl Larsson Thanks to grammie winger I have been introduced to this fine and interesting artist. Some of his work is reminiscent of Norman Rockwell, and some is startlingly different (those are the ones I...
Norman Rockwell’s original painting for Boy Asleep with Hoe, aka Lazybones or Taking a Break, has been recovered by the FBI more than 40 years after it was stolen. The 25-by-28-inch oil painting was stolen from the home of Robert and Teresa Grant in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, on June 30th, 1976. The thieves also [...]
More than 40 years after the theft of Norman Rockwell's Boy Asleep with Hoe ? also known as Lazy Bones or Taking a Break ? the painting has been returned to the family of its original owners following a ceremony with Chubb and the FBI in Philadelphia. Show More Summary
A Norman Rockwell painting that vanished from a Cherry Hill, N.J., house more than 40 years ago found its way home Friday.
The painting. called "Lazybones" or "Boy Asleep with Hoe," graced the cover of the Sept. 6, 1919, edition of the Saturday Evening Post.
Norman Rockwell was one of the most famous painters in American history, but his iconic works have a history of going missing. Now, the Associated Press reports that the FBI has recovered a Norman Rockwell painting stolen more than 40...Show More Summary
The FBI has recovered a 1919 Norman Rockwell painting stolen more than 40 years ago from a New Jersey home, the AP reports. The painting, sometimes called "Lazybones" or "Boy Asleep with Hoe," graced the cover of the Sept. 6, 1919, edition of the Saturday Evening Post. The oil-on-canvas piece...
A famous Norman Rockwell painting now worth well over a million dollars has been recovered by the FBI after it was stolen from its owner in the '70s. A lawyer for an anonymous individual called in to Philly's FBI headquarters last year and said…