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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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Norman Rockwell Museum Featured on CBS Evening News, May 22

We had baseball on the mind after a visit last week from Norman Rockwell’s original “Rookie,” model Sherm Safford.

The subject of Rockwell’s 1957 painting joined us to take part in the filming of a segment for CBS Evening News, to be broadcast around the occasion of Christie’s auction of the original painting on May 22, 2014. Read all about the filming in last week’s Berkshire Eagle, and tune into the segment, scheduled to air the evening of Thursday, May 22.

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In The News: Famous Artists School Archives

Recently announced, our major gift from the Famous Artists School has been garnering quite a bit of press lately. This Sunday’s New York Times reported on the substantial art and archives donation, made possible by Robert and Magdalen Livesey of Cortina Learning International, which still runs a version of the popular art correspondence course to this day.

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Norman Rockwell (1894-1978), "Golden Rule," 1961

Rockwell’s “Golden Rule”

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.

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“Snow White” in the Press

The news is in: Snow White and The Seven Dwarfs: The Creation of a Classic is a hit. Here is a sampling of some of the recent press regarding our new exhibition.

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