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Curator’s Choice: Selections from the Permanent Collection

August 22, 2014 through January 11, 2015

Enjoy this installation featuring recently acquired artworks and archival materials, relating to Norman Rockwell Museum’s growing collection of original illustration art.

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The Unknown Hopper: Edward Hopper as Illustrator

June 7 through October 26, 2014

Many noted American modernists have successfully traversed the worlds of fine art and illustration, embracing innovation while satisfying in unique and personal ways the needs and wants of a broad popular audience. Edward Hopper, American Illustrator presents a unique and comprehensive study of the little-known twenty year illustration career of the realist master. Attitudes toward art and the crosscurrents of contemporary commercial society during the early to mid twentieth century will be explored in this exhibition, which seeks to provide an integrated understanding of Hopper’s published and personal art.

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Norman Rockwell’s 323 “Saturday Evening Post” Covers

This comprehensive exhibition of original Saturday Evening Post cover tear sheets features each of Norman Rockwell’s illustrations for the publication, created between 1916 and 1963.

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The Art of Norman Rockwell: Highlights from the Permanent Collection

The largest and most significant public collection of original works by celebrated twentieth century illustrator, Norman Rockwell, the Norman Rockwell Museum exhibits a comprehensive array of paintings, drawings, studies, photographs, and artifacts that reflect the evolution of the artist’s life and career. Norman Rockwell’s Four Freedoms paintings (1943), iconic images inspired by Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s […]

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The Stockbridge Models Project: A Rockwell Museum Historic Preservation Project

Stockbridge Town Hall Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Currently on view “Your models can make or break your work.”  -Norman Rockwell In the fall of 1953, Norman Rockwell and his wife Mary moved from Arlington, Vermont to Stockbridge, Massachusetts, the quintessential New England town which was home to the artist for his last twenty-five years. Rockwell, who then hired […]

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