Norman Rockwell

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Noun1.Norman Rockwell - United States illustrator whose works present a sentimental idealized view of everyday life (1894-1978)
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Contrast such subjects with those in the work of Norman Rockwell.
This month's featured artist, Norman Rockwell (1894-1978), was born in the big city, but spent a lifetime creating scenes of small-town America.
Introduction to Norman Rockwell and his Influence on Mass Society
Among other links, the program proposed a connection between French impressionist Frederic Bazille and American painting icon Norman Rockwell.
The fund was created from the sale of the Norman Rockwell painting "Willie Gillis in Convoy,'' which had belonged to the Gardner School Department for many years, and brought the city $1.
Smitty Pignatelli was a 9-year-old boy who loved baseball and outer space when Norman Rockwell, the great American illustrator, chose him to be the model for a boy astronaut.
Deborah Solomon's American Mirror (Farrar Straus Giroux) is an engaging look at the life and art of Norman Rockwell, the nation's most iconic illustrator.
It's also why generations of boys were ruined by well-meaning attempts to "fix" them--which was the case for one of the 20th century's most cherished yet problematic artists, Norman Rockwell.
London, Dec 5 ( ANI ): A Norman Rockwell painting titled Saying Grace sold for 46 million dollars at an auction in New York City.
In that former life, he was an artist and photographer and knew (and occasionally modeled for) the great Norman Rockwell.
No wonder he has been called "the Norman Rockwell of the comics world.
1) Norman Rockwell, (Original) Four freedoms War Bond Posters, signed.