I have never seen this Rockwell painting! love it! hc  Girl Running with Wet Canvas (1930) by Norman Rockwell

Saturday Evening Post cover 'Girl Running with Wet Canvas' by Norman Rockwell, 1930

Norman Rockwell's Rosie the Riveter. I like her best.

Rosie the Riveter by Norman Rockwell, (An American woman employed in the production of military hardware during WWII. My mother was a Rosie Riveter and worked at the Rock Island Arsenal producing munitions.) Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.

'Marriage License' (close-up) - by Norman Rockwell, 1955 (oil on canvas)

'Marriage License' (detail) - Norman Rockwell, 1955 (oil on canvas)

Norman Rockwell Coffee Print Dictionary in the 30s. This is a piece of art made from a newspaper. The cartoon is also an advertisement for the Rockwell Coffee Print. This shows an intro to an article of why someone believed coffee was the key to a happy marriage.

Norman Rockwell Coffee Print, Dictionary Print, Dictionary Art, Coffee Print, Coffee Decor, Coffee Art, Vintage Print, Coffee, Art Print

want this hung next to a picture of Kolson and our french press Norman Rockwell Coffee Print Dictionary

Looking at Art with Kids: Norman Rockwell Silex brewer in the background.

Looking at Art with Kids: Norman Rockwell

Norman Rockwell's The Runaway appeared on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post published September This is a timeless favorite of Rockwell collectors, a true classic for the ages.

1953 ... Girl With Black Eye - Norman Rockwell by x-ray delta one,

Girl With Black Eye - Norman Rockwell This used to be outside the principal's office in elementary school.

Norman Rockwell Little Girl with Lipstick. 1922 *Reminds me of playing in my Mother's Makeup! :)

Norman Rockwell Little Girl with Lipstick. 1922 *Reminds me of playing in my Mother's Makeup!reminds me of MY granddaughter (Avery) playing with my makeup. it's a perfect place :)

Norman Rockwell, The Muscleman, 1941, oil on canvas, [no dimensions], Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, MA.

"The Muscleman," Norman Rockwell, Oil on canvas. Collection of Pfizer, Inc. - Norman Rockwell Museum - The Home for American Illustration

http://www.pinterest.com/riverambler/norman-rockwell/  Norman Rockwell - The Gossips, 1948.

"Chain of Gossip" Saturday Evening Post Cover, March 1948 by Norman Rockwell

This painting is one of a series called "The Four Freedoms", done by Norman Rockwell in 1943. This painting - "Freedom from Want" - has become an iconic image.

American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell

Norman Rockwell's classic painting depicting an American family celebrating Thanksgiving shows a fundamental part of the American dream.a happy family.

norman rockwell...The young girl in this painting was 12 yrs. old at the time...She never saw the painting until she was 22 yrs. old...She stated that she had to leave the viewing room where she was and that she was overwhelmed to the point of tears.  Cathy B

Norman Rockwell

Norman Rockwell Girl at Mirror painting for sale - Norman Rockwell Girl at Mirror is handmade art reproduction; You can shop Norman Rockwell Girl at Mirror painting on canvas or frame.

Th late Norman Rockwell painted "Triple Self-Portrait" in 1960 for the Feb. 13 cover of the Saturday Evening Post.

Norman Rockwell Museum gets $225,000 to archive paintings, photos and clips

Rockwell - 'Going and Coming'

The Outing by Normal Rockwell Going and returning. Norman Rockwell is remembered for his heartwarming illustrations of American life that appeared on covers of the "Saturday Evening Post" magazine for many decades.

Norman Rockwell painting of Ruby Bridges, known as the first African-American child to attend an all-white elementary school in the South (1960).  Escorted by US Marshals, she was jeered, threatened and had things thrown at her. Ruby was only 6 years old.


The Problem We All Live With - by Norman Rockwell Rockwell's most meaningful and powerful painting. Ruby Bridges being escorted to school in New Orleans. Marvelous composition which enhances the drama of this story and time in our nation's history.