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The nation’s premier illustrator for more than six decades, Norman Rockwell (1894–1978) was the people’s painter, depicting scenes from American life for the covers and pages of the most prominent publications. *DISCLAIMER* These are "PINS" reflecting personal interest. I don't claim copyright or ownership of any content on this board. I make every effort to give proper credit whenever possible.

May 5, 1928 - 'The Saturday Evening Post' - "Spring" by Norman Rockwell (1874-1978, American)

Norman Rockwell (1894 - 1978, American)

Rockwell's Boys

Rockwell in the 1950s – Part I of III | The Saturday Evening Post

norman rockwell "the muscleman" 1941

norman rockwell paintings | Adam Munoa Art: Tom Waits Value Study

Adam Munoa Art: Tom Waits Value Study

"norman rockwell" | tristan elwell

Tristan Elwell | Educational

1919-12-20, The Literary Digest Norman Rockwell cover "Under the Mistletoe"

A Boy And His Dog. Norman Percevel Rockwell (3 de febrero de 1894, Nueva York – 8 de noviembre de 1978, Stockbridge) fue un ilustrador, fotógrafo y pintor estadounidense célebre por sus imágenes llenas de ironía y humor. Su carrera se verá para siempre inmortalizada por su empleo como ilustrador oficial del Saturday Evening Post, una revista de actualidad y sociedad.

Norman Rockwell "Rejected Suitor" (1926)

Jolly Postman - Norman Rockwell -

Rarely seen poster by Norman Rockwell for Upjohn Pharmaceutical Co. Very charming, medical image of concerned little girl with her sick doll. (1942)

Norman Rockwell "The Babysitter" (1947)

Nelle tue mani - [ Il › La giornata ]
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    Norman Rockwell ~ Babysitter with Screaming Infant: "The Babysitter", 1947

singing in church - by Norman Rockwell by x-ray delta one, via Flickr

Norman Rockwell (1894-1978) Willie Gillis in Church signed ‘Norman/Rockwell’ (lower right) oil on canvas 29 x 25 in.

The National Geographic Magazine 1949

12.1949.010.tif by Lucien Hamelinck

"Painting The Little House" - by Norman Rockwell

“Home for Christmas,” Norman Rockwell, 1955.

“Home for Christmas,” Norman Rockwell, 1955.