”The Gossips,” one of Norman Rockwell’s most popular paintings, has returned to Norman Rockwell Museum to be displayed for a limited time. The loan is made possible through the generosity of the artwork’s new owner.
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 […]
This week the United Nations rededicated a large mosaic of Norman Rockwell’s “Golden Rule,” which hangs in their New York City Headquarters. Read more about the development on Norman Rockwell’s iconic 1961 painting, which is part of the permanent collection of Norman Rockwell Museum.
Happy Birthday Norman Rockwell! America’s favorite illustrator was born 120 years ago today. To celebrate, this week our curatorial staff will be posting some fun birthday cards that Rockwell received throughout his career from some of his youngest fans.
Later in life, Norman Rockwell would say that he just wanted to break out and do something important. Unbeknownst to him, Rockwell had already done something very important in the living legacy of the hundreds of black students whose only access to art instruction was and still is the studying and copying of his work. Many would say that Norman Rockwell gave them their careers and their livelihoods. Robin Jordan affirms that, for her, the gift was even greater: “Norman Rockwell saved my life.”