In conjunction with its current exhibition, “Wendell Minor’s America,” Norman Rockwell Museum will present “Hearsay to Heresy,” an evening of satire and balladeering, on Saturday, April 19, starting at 5 p.m. Join poet/author Nathan Smith for his one-man, three-act play that travels the 19th century, exploring humanity’s interactions with nature.
Norman Rockwell Museum Presents Hearsay to Heresy: An Evening of Satire, Balladeering, and Political Unrest – This Saturday
Special Exhibition To Focus on Little-Known Period of The Realist Master’s Career
In December 2013, artwork by Norman Rockwell and Edward Hopper set the all-time sales records for American paintings at auction, confirming the enduring popularity of these two artists from the twentieth century.
This summer, Norman Rockwell Museum will present the early work of these two remarkable artists side by side, offering a rare glimpse into their formative years before they embarked on divergent paths as painters. “The Unknown Hopper: Edward Hopper as Illustrator” will be on view at Norman Rockwell Museum from June 7 through October 26, 2014.
On view March 29 through June 15, 2014
Norman Rockwell Museum is proud to present the latest in its Distinguished Illustrator Series of exhibitions. “Baseball, Rodeos, and Automobiles” celebrates 60 years of artistic creation by Murray Tinkelman, one of the nation’s most prominent illustrators, educators, and illustration historians.
Norman Rockwell Museum announces the 2014 recipients of its Rockwell Center Fellowships. Awarded through the Museum’s Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies, the yearlong fellowships are awarded to senior scholars and museum professionals pursuing research or projects in or relating to the subject of American illustration art and visual studies.
A transformational outcome of a collections development initiative launched five years ago, Norman Rockwell Museum today announced the acquisition of the art and archives from the Famous Artists School in Westport, Connecticut, nearly doubling the Museum’s collections. This major gift comprises more than 5,000 un-catalogued artworks, including several original works created by Norman Rockwell, plus an archive of hundreds of thousands of items.