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"Christmas Trio" or "Sing Merrille", December 8,1923
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Norman Rockwell, 'Christmas Trio', Dec. 8, 1923; The Saturday Evening Post cover.
Christmas Trio December 8, 1923 Saturday Evening Post Norman Rockwell
Norman Rockwell Christmas | Christmas Carol Satuday Evening Post December 8 1923 | Flickr - Photo ...
Norman Rockwell 1950
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1950 Norman Rockwell Christmas Ad
Plymouth Christmas advertisement, Merry Christmas Grandma, 1950, Norman Rockwell
Norman Rockwell. (See the CHRISTMAS CARDS board for more Christmas art.)
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1950 Vintage Christmas Ads Ephemera Stabilized on Acid Free Paper
Snow Sculpturing by Norman Rockwell
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Snow Sculpturing by Norman Rockwell print
Snow Sculpturing by Norman Rockwell art print.
"Hayseed Critic" Saturday Evening Post Cover, July 21,1928
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"Hayseed Critic" Saturday Evening Post Cover, July 21,1928 by Norman Rockwell
Norman Rockwell. "The Critic". July 21, 1928
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Norman Rockwell - you go girl.
Norman Rockwell art - this brings to mind two things for me - I loved to play marbles and we never wore pants when I was a little girl.
Kids Playing Marbles by Norman Rockwell
Norman Rockwell paintings playing marbles
"Marble Champion" by Norman Rockwell. Did you ever play marbles! I did. We would draw a circle in the dirt and take out our aggies, boulders, pee-wees! What childhood fun!
Love Norman Rockwell. I have fond memories playing marbles with my siblings
Marble Champion by Norman Rockwell The Saturday Evening Post, September 2, 1939 oil on canvas, 28 x 22 in. Collection of George Lucas
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.
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Norman Rockwell’s ‘Saying Grace’ sells for world record $46 million
NEW YORK — A Norman Rockwell painting titled “Saying Grace” sold at an auction on Wednesday for $46 million, a record for the Saturday Evening Post illustrator and for any work sold at an American art auction, Sotheby’s said.
An extraordinary selection of seven paintings by Norman Rockwell from the family of Kenneth J. Stuart, Sr. - the artist's longtime friend and art editor at "The Saturday Evening Post" - all sold for a stunning total of $59,663,000 at Sotheby's New York, Dec. 4, 2013. The group was led by Rockwell's masterpiece "Saying Grace," which set a new auction record for an American painting at $46,085,000. (Norman Rockwell/Courtesy Sothebys New York)
Norman Rockwell's Christmas Homecoming appeared on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post published December 25, 1948.
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Grandma Moses and Norman Rockwell! Christmas Homecoming, December 25, 1948
Why I Don’t Mind Christmas Starting in November by Kristen Simental. #NormanRockwell #Christmas #Homecoming
A Christmas Homecoming (Norman Rockwell, 1948). This is an interesting painting. The people who Mr Rockwell used as his models were his familiars; in fact, the fellow with a pipe facing the embracing couple is the artist himself! On the left, the elderly woman in the old-fashioned dress is Anna Moses (“Grandma Moses”) (1860-1961), the famous American naïve-folk artist. Mr Rockwell and Ms Moses lived close to one another, she in Hoosick Falls, NY and he is Stockbridge MA, both towns are in the Berkshires.
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Mom and her sister Marlys were crazy about movie stars so this Norman Rockwell painting reminds me of the two of them.
Dreamboats (Two Girls Looking at Movie Star's Photo)
Norman Rockwell (1894 – 1978, American)
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Vintage Christmas Art ~ by Norman Rockwell
Going and Coming, Norman Rockwell, 1947
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Remember the anticipation of a day trip? Getting there seemed to take forever. Imagine, at the time Norman Rockwell painted this piece, there was no air conditioning in cars.
My favorite Norman Rockwell
Going and Coming, Norman Rockwell, 1947.
Boy, times have really changed!
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.
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"The Tattooist" is a painted illustration by Norman Rockwell for the March 4, 1944 edition of The Saturday Evening Post.
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I've loved this painting since I was a little girl. I always giggled at the number of women's names, one after another, just with a line through it...moving on. It was the life of a sailor. Now, I still love it and still smile. I would never ever get a lovers name tattooed on me. You might as well sign divorce papers or start moving out when that happens. It's a curse! I should thank Norman Rockwell for that!
Norman Rockwell (American, 1894–1978) The Tattoo Artist 1944 Cover illustration for The Saturday Evening Post, March 4, 1944
Norman Rockwell: A tattoo artist crosses out a former lover's name on a customer's arm, inking him with yet another!
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Norman Rockwell Illustrates Mark Twain’s Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Finn (1936-1940)
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Iron Men For the Farm by Norman Rockwell
Nostalgic Thanksgiving Turkey Doesn't Want to Be Dinner
"Cousin Reginald Catches the Thanksgiving Turkey" | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Cousin Reginald Catches the Thanksgiving Turkey by Norman Rockwell (1917) The Country Gentleman
Bellhop with Hyacinths, 1914 - J. C. Leyendecker
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The beginning of the tradition of flowers for mom- by Joseph Christian Leyendecker
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Cover for The Saturday Evening Post. J.C. Leyendecker's illustrations for The Saturday Evening Post influenced our culture more than any other artist. It was this illustration for the Mother's Day cover of the Post that began the tradition of giving flowers to mom on every Mothers Day.
Saturday Evening Post 'Bellhop and Hyacinths' cover art by JC Leyendecker, 1914. This was the Post's Mother's Day cover 100 years ago
jcleyendecker: vintageholidays: by J.C. Leyendecker; Mother’s Day, May 1914 Happy Mother’s Day from JC Leyendecker!
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Love looking at Norman Rockwell illustrations!
artist: Norman Rockwell. One of my favourites of his paintings.
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Art -Norman Rockwell My Mom had a book full of his prints. Slice of Americana.
Unquestionably a visual storyteller: A blockbuster exhibition of Norman Rockwell's work, including major paintings and 323 Saturday Evening Post magazine covers from the Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Mass., opens today [March 1] at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. http://www.cbc.ca/manitoba/scene/other/2012/03/01/new-appreciation-for-norman-rockwell/
Hobo October 18, 1924
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"Hobo" Sat Eve Post Cover ILL. October 18, 1924 Norman Rockwell
Hobo. Saturday Evening Post, October 18, 1924 (Norman Rockwell)
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Boy With Two Dogs, Norman Rockwell.
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"Boy with Two Dogs (Raleigh Rockwell Travels)" - September 29, 1929, Saturday Evening Post cover by Norman Rockwell
Norman Rockwell (1894 – 1978, American)
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Downhill Daring January 9, 1926
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"Soap Box Racer" 1/9/1926 by Norman Rockwell for The Saturday Evening Post, cover (info verified) [often mistakenly named "Downhill Daring"- although, that is the title of an illustration depicting a girl & boy on a flat sled w/a dog running beside them]
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
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Ultimate Thanksgiving Menu
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Vintage Thanksgiving - Norman Rockwell
The Best Thanksgiving Recipe Collection-Covers It All- My Dream Thanksgiving
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Couple in Rumble Seat by Norman Rockwell #art
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Norman Rockwell - Couple in Rumble Seat, THE SATURDAY EVENING POST, July 13, 1955
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2 BOYS SWINGING WITH THEIR DOG,
A Tree Swing ~ Norman Rockwell
Springtime swinging by artist Norman Rockwell
Norman "Mooney" Rockwell is a beloved American artist and is popular in Abrakadoodle's art program!
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The Lineman by Norman Rockwell #art