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Beyond Objectification: Norman Rockwell’s Depictions of Women for the Saturday Evening Post

Beyond Objectification: Norman Rockwell’s Depictions of Women for the Saturday Evening Post an essay by Haley M. Palmore for the Art History Senior Thesis Seminar, Jenny Carson, December 19, 2013

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Laurie Norton Moffatt: Why Norman Rockwell matters

What an autumn it has been for Norman Rockwell. With the market record of $46 million set for Rockwell art at this month’s Sotheby’s American Art sale, we’ve emerged in 45 years from being the museum dedicated to the artist most ridiculed by the art world to the museum that embodies the artist whose masterpiece […]

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Join Us for “The Shakers: Culture and Community”

The Shakers: Culture and Community. Saturday, March 15 at 5 p.m.
Explore the cultural contributions of the Shakers, from the 1700’s to the present day with author/historian Sharon Koomler. Her book, Shaker Style, provides an essential look at Shaker form and function.

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Baseball, Rodeos, and Automobiles: The Art of Murray Tinkelman

March 29 through June 15, 2014

Murray Tinkelman is an award-winning artist who has received illustration’s highest honors from the Society of Illustrators, The New York Art Directors Club, and the Society of Publications Designers. His beautifully conceived and rendered pen and ink drawings have appeared in many publications including the Atlantic Monthly, The New York Times, and The Washington Post, and he has been commissioned to create numerous artworks for The National Park Service and The U.S. Air Force.

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Uncovering the Treasures of the Famous Artists School Archives

Norman Rockwell Museum will be receiving a donation of the Famous Artist’s School’s magnificent archive, which offers a unique glimpse into the inner workings of mid-twentieth century illustration. The archive is a treasure-trove; with one-of-a-kind gems waiting to be found in every drawer. We now have a new perspective into the interactions between Norman Rockwell and his contemporaries.

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