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Norman Rockwell (1894-1978) was a 20th century American painter and illustrator. His works enjoy a broad popular appeal in the United States, where Rockwell is most famous for the cover illustrations of everyday life scenarios he created for The Saturday Evening Post magazine over more than four decades. Among the best-known of Rockwell's works are the Willie Gillis series, Rosie the Riveter (although his Rosie was reproduced less than others of the day), Saying Grace (1951), and the Four Freedoms series.   more from wikipedia »


"Its Income Tax Time Again!" Saturday Evening Post Cover March 17 1945

"Gone Fishing" Saturday Evening Post Cover July 19 1930

"Santa at the Map" December 16 1939

"To the Rescue" Saturday Evening Post Cover March 28 1931

"Tattoo Artist" Saturday Evening Post Cover March 4 1944

"Knothole Baseball" Saturday Evening Post Cover August 30 1958

Lincoln for the Defense

Boyhood Dreams

"Making Friends" or "Raleigh Rockwell" September 28 1929

"After the Prom" Saturday Evening Post Cover May 25 1957

Deadmans Hill

"Bridge Game" or "Playing Cards" May 15 1948

"New TV Set" November 5 1949

"Shiner" or "Outside the Principals Office" Saturday Evening Post Cover May 23 1953

Expert Salesman

"Gramps at the Plate" Saturday Evening Post Cover August 5 1916

"Working on the Statue of Liberty" Saturday Evening Post Cover July 6 1946

Lickin Good Bath

"Boy on High Dive" Saturday Evening Post Cover August 16 1947

Norman Rockwell Visits a County Agent

Fish Finders

"Marble Champion" or "Marbles Champ" September 2 1939

"How to Diet" Saturday Evening Post Cover January 3 1953

"Fumble" or "Tackled" Saturday Evening Post Cover November 21 1925

"Two Flirts" July 26 1941

"Marriage License" Saturday Evening Post Cover June 11 1955

Dugout

Sweet Memories

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

"Catching the Big One" August 3 1929

"Saying Grace" Saturday Evening Post Cover November 24 1951

"Walking to Church" April 4 1953

"Sunday Morning" May 16 1959

"Union Train Station Chicago Christmas" Saturday Evening Post Cover December 23 1944

"Breaking Home Ties" Saturday Evening Post Cover September 25 1954

"Soda Jerk" Saturday Evening Post Cover August 22 1953

Moving In

"Knowledge is Power" Saturday Evening Post Cover October 27 1917

"Wet Paint" Saturday Evening Post Cover April 12 1930

"Triple Self-Portrait" Saturday Evening Post Cover February 13 1960

"New York Central Diner" Saturday Evening Post Cover December 7 1946

"Puppy in the Pocket" or "The Gift" January 25 1936

"Shuffletons Barbershop" Saturday Evening Post Cover April 29 1950

"Blank Canvas" Saturday Evening Post Cover October 8 1938

"Jury" or "Holdout" Saturday Evening Post Cover February 14 1959

"Truth about Santa" or "Discovery" Saturday Evening Post Cover December 29 1956

Ski Skills

"Going Out" October 21 1933

"Santa at the Map" Saturday Evening Post Cover December 16 1939

Careful Aim