More to explore:

Norman Rockwell

Visit site

Related Pins

Norman Rockwell (1894-1978) - painted small-town American scenes for The Saturday Evening Post, and later created covers for Look magazine. Here a mother is hearing her children's prayers before their bedtime.

Going Out, October 21, 1933. Whatever the circumstances, the woman's daughter, on her way to bed, is clearly not happy about being excluded from the events that are about to unfold, but Rockwell leaves to our imagination whether she is staring at her mother in disgust or gazing in admiration.

Norman Rockwell painting - pitching marbles. That was me too as a kid--pitching/playing with the boys. -m

Don't forget the the free spirit of summertime begins with Memorial Day

Norman Rockwell painting. Reading is like getting to travel through time and places without ever Leaving home

"Fighting Over Willie" ~ WWII era illustration by Norman Rockwell of two girls arguing over their 'shared' soldier boy, ca. 1940s.

Rockwell The little boy looks a little like Harry Potter.

1950 ... Plymouth- Norman Rockwelllove this!! Awwww!! I want many grandbabies!

Norman Rockwell - postcard advertising red rose tea ~ retitled by me "housecalls"

Norman Rockwell. I remember looking at this in my Scout Handbook and wanting to paint like that