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Rosie the Riveter

The original Rosie the Riveter Norman Rockwell poster on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post issue dated

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'The Definative Portrait of the Kindly, Small-Town Physician. The Saturday Evening Post 1929 Norman Rockwell. Definately one of my favourite artists.

"Thinking of the Girl Back Home" Saturday Evening Post Cover, January 18,1919

"Thinking of the Girl Back Home" Saturday Evening Post Cover, January 18,1919

Norman Rockwell - Thinking of the Girl Back Home - Saturday Evening Post Cover, January

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A photograph provided by Sotheby's auction house shows the popular Norman Rockwell masterpiece "Saying Grace." The painting is one of seven works by Rockwell that will be for sale at Sotheby's in New York on Dec.

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Norman Rockwell (1894 – 1978, American)

Singing In Church 1921 Norman Rockwell

'Mother and Daughter Singing in Church' by American painter Norman Rockwell. a wonderful reminder to praise the Lord in song.

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Norman Rockwell and his Paintings | Cuded Christmas Santa Reading Mail, 1935 Another “everyday” scene of the painter. This time the main character is the imaginary Santa, but represented so realistically, fitting into the irresistible magic of Christmas holidays.

Norman Rockwell and his Paintings

Norman Rockwell Christmas - Santa Reading Mail oil painting for sale; Select your favorite Norman Rockwell Christmas - Santa Reading Mail painting on canvas or frame at discount price.

"The Problem We All Live With" by Norman Rockwell. His take on Ruby Bridges.

In his later years Rockwell began moving away from familiar themes. His 1964 painting The Problem We All Live With evoked the integration of an all-white school in New Orleans. All reprinted by permission of the Norman Rockwell Family Agency.

Women Navy mechanics work on an engine at Naval Air Station Jacksonville, Oct. 27, 1943. Photo: National Archives

“Aviation Machinist’s Mates Bernice Snasburg and Violet Falkum working on the Pratt & Whitney radial engine of aircraft, Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida”, c. 1943 (via World War II Database)