Eric Church collaborator and band member delivers his debut album via his own record label.
The iconic paintings helped the U.S. win World War II. What do they mean today?
The Norman Rockwell Museum today announced the appointment of Ellen Spear, currently President/CEO of Heritage Museums & Gardens, in Sandwich, Massachusetts, as the Rockwell Museum's new Chief Philanthropy Officer. Ms. Spear will officially...Show More Summary
Museum leaders and the Massachusetts Attorney General reached an agreement to keep Norman Rockwell's “Shuffleton’s Barbershop” on public display, but opponents of the sale are petitioning the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. The post Berkshire Museum Resolves Dispute with Norman Rockwell’s Sons, But Legal Battle Rages On appeared first on Hyperallergic.
During our lifetimes, the role of physician has been shrinking, from healer to technician. You’ve probably seen the famous painting, Doctor and the Doll, done by Norman Rockwell in 1929. It depicts an old country doc listening with his stethoscope to the heart of a doll held up to him by a worried little girl. […]
In what may turn out to be a Valentine's gift to illustration scholarship, The Norman Rockwell Museum is considering turning the former Old Town Hall of Stockbridge, Massachusetts into a study center for illustration. The Town Hall building...Show More Summary
Norman Rockwell Museum presents Gloria Stoll Karn: Pulp Romance, an exhibition of works by Ms. Stoll Karn, one of just a few female illustrators working during the heyday of popular romance and dime store magazines of the 1940s. On view...Show More Summary
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This wartime painting series reminded Americans what they were fighting for
Highlights of this day in history: the 'day the music died' during early rock 'n roll; the Luna 9 probe lands on the Moon; the first woman to pilot a Space Shuttle; painter Norman Rockwell and composer Felix Mendelssohn born. (Feb. 3)
Kansas City Spirit Norman Rockwell Quintessentially American, and with an undeniable spirit that fairly yells out, "Let's get to work!" What? Of course it was going to be a Rockwell! One more below the fold......
If Ronald Reagan’s presidency yearned for the age of Norman Rockwell, Donald Trump’s reaches to the era of “Dr. Strangelove.” Based on a speculative science-fiction novel, Red Alert by Peter George, “Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned...Show More Summary
Tom of Finland is the Norman Rockwell of gay sex. His artwork—drawings worshipping the male physique in unabashedly exaggerated masculine and sexual form—has retained cultural gay prominence decades after the artist's death in 1991. Tom...Show More Summary
Norman Foster, Charles Renfro, Rafael Viñoly, and David Rockwell have big ideas.
And to All a Good Night, Norman Rockwell This image is sourced from an interesting 2015 Wired article on Rockwell’s photographic reference for this and a number of his other holiday themed paintings. As is often the case with Rockwell paintings, much of the charm Read More...
(Stephan Schuetze/Bild Zeitung via Getty Images, link) Secret documents reveal that the Berkshire Museum was pressured to sell off their Norman Rockwell originals by a Boston consulting firm. For now, the planned liquidation of their...Show More Summary
Norman Rockwell's "Blacksmith Shop" painting was a double-page interior illustration in the November 2, 1940 edition of The Saturday Evening Post. It is possibly the best-known and best-loved painting of farriers in the world, and illustrates a ten-hour heel-and-toe contest between two Irish immigrant farriers in 1907. Show More Summary
The artist is still celebrated for depicting Americana at its best.
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Happy Thanksgiving 2017– Let us Thank the Lord for our rights and freedom which come from God. Freedom to Worship is the second of the Four Freedoms oil paintings produced by the American artist Norman Rockwell. 1 Chronicles 29:11-13...Show More Summary