Saying Grace (Saturday Evening Post November 24, 1951) Celebrate Thanksgiving... no matter where you find yourself. Saying Grace reminds us to stay true to our beliefs, tradtions and faith, no matter what circumstances we find ourselves in. The grandmother and little boy are returning thanks for what their bodies are about to receive. Meanwhile, their whole immediate world watches, almost in awe.
Norman Rockwell's Christmas Homecoming appeared on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post published December 25, 1948.
Artists by Movement: Photorealism 1960′s to 1970′s. Photorealism is a movement which began in the late 1960′s, in which scenes are painted in a style closely resembling photographs. The subject matter is frequently banal and without particular interest; the true subject of a photorealist work is the way in which we interpret photographs and paintings in order to create an internal representation of the scene depicted.
Bellhop with Hyacinths, 1914 - J. C. Leyendecker
Downhill Daring January 9, 1926
This was the first of two Norman Rockwell Thanksgiving illustrations to appear on the cover of The Literary Digest, November 22, 1919 / BIBLE IN MY LANGUAGE