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.
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.
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.
Visitors stopping by Norman Rockwell Museum to see this year’s Berkshire County High School Art Show will view over one hundred outstanding works, created in a variety of different medium. One of the highlights is a painted self-portrait that was, in fact, created by one of the Museum’s newest interns.
This past Sunday, February 3, 2013, was Norman Rockwell’s 119th birthday, and both press and public reminded us how relevant the artist’s work continues to be.