Norman Rockwell Museum presents the world’s largest collection of original Norman Rockwell art, including beloved paintings from The Saturday Evening Post and the Four Freedoms, and the best in the field of American illustration. Experience Rockwell’s art, life and legacy in the artist’s picturesque New England hometown of Stockbridge, Massachusetts nestled in the culturally rich Berkshires.

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Norman Rockwell's Stockbridge Studio, Fall 2014

October Fest at Norman Rockwell Museum

October is shaping up to be a colorful month here at Norman Rockwell Museum–inside and out!

Outside, there’s the beautifully vivid fall foliage… Inside, enjoy colorful new loans and donations; the final weeks of American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell (through October 13); The Unknown Hopper: Edward Hopper as Illustrator (through October 26); and Rockwell’s Stockbridge Studio.

If that wasn’t enough, we’re back on Jeopardy! TV’s favorite game show, on Thursday, October 9.

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Norman Rockwell Museum galleries, 2014

Your Home for Illustration Art

Illustration art has certainly been in the news lately. In addition to stories about the upcoming George Lucas narrative art museum and ongoing interest in Norman Rockwell’s work, this week Daniel Grant of The Huffington Post asks the question, “Everyone Loves Illustration Art, But Where Does One See It?”

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Mort Kunstler, "Rendezvous with Destiny"

Norman Rockwell Museum Presents “Mort Künstler: The Art of Adventure”

This fall, Norman Rockwell Museum will debut the latest in its Distinguished Illustrator Series—an exhibition that explores Mort Künstler’s vast and highly-regarded body of work as an illustrator and historical painter—”Mort Künstler: The Art of Adventure” will be on view at the Museum from November 8, 2014 through March 8, 2015.

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Norman Rockwell Museum To Present Evening Lecture on the Harlem Renaissance – Saturday, October 4

Continuing its “Adventures in Visual Culture” series, Norman Rockwell Museum will present the lecture “Remembering the Harlem Renaissance” on Saturday, October 4, starting at 5:30 p.m. Berkshire School English teacher, Dr. Homer Meade will explain how the art forms of the Harlem Renaissance inspired and influenced one another, and how civil rights activist W.E.B. DuBois, a Berkshire County native, reached out to connect many of the important figures involved with this popular movement of the 1920s and 1930s

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Edward Hopper (1882-1967), "'I'm afraid,' she said, looking at me straightly now," 1924.

Norman Rockwell Museum To Present Talks And Bus Trip To Edward Hopper House

In conjunction with its current exhibition, “The Unknown Hopper: Edward Hopper as Illustrator,” Norman Rockwell Museum will present a bus trip to Edward Hopper’s boyhood home in Nyack, New York, on Saturday, September 27, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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