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Available Exhibitions

Norman Rockwell’s Art American Illustration Art
Norman Rockwell’s Home for the Holidays Istvan Banyai: Stranger in a Strange Land
Norman Rockwell’s 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers Dinotopia: The Fantastical Art of James Gurney
Norman Rockwell and the American Family Wendell Minor‘s America
Norman Rockwell in the 1940s: A View of the American Homefront Dancing Princesses: The Picture Book Art of Ruth Sanderson
Norman Rockwell’s Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn William Steig: Love & Laughter
NEW Exhibitions in development. Contact Us Tasha Tudor: Around the Year
Jarvis Rockwell: Maya, Illusion, and Us
Over the Top:
American Posters from World War I
Contact: Mary Melius, Manager of Traveling Exhibitions
413-931-2245 , mmelius@nrm.org
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Jarvis Rockwell: Maya, Illusion, and Us

Norman Rockwell Museum presents the continued artistic legacy of the Rockwell family, shining a spotlight on Jarvis Rockwell’s more than 60 years of creative exploration. Jarvis Rockwell: Maya, Illusion and Us reveals the depth and evolution of the artist’s work—from the early portraits and drawings of his youth, to more recent structural works and assemblages. […]

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Dancing Princesses: The Picture Book Art of Ruth Sanderson

Stories about princes and princesses, and quests and bravery in the face of extraordinary odds, have remained an essential part of our culture’s foundation, shared by parents and children for many generations. A renowned fantasy artist and illustrator of children’s literature, Ruth Sanderson has created imagery for more than seventy-five picture books, many of which […]

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Istvan Banyai: Stranger in a Strange Land

Distinguished Illustrator Series Through his four-decade career as an award-winning illustrator, Istvan Banyai has established a unique artistic identity that reflects the direct and honest vision that has guided his life’s work. An exceptional draftsman who was classically trained, Banyai now utilizes the computer to bring his illustrations from concept to reality. The digital process […]

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Dinotopia: The Fantastical Art of James Gurney

An exhibition organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum The Arkell Museum at Canajoharie, NY October 27, 2013 - February 9, 2014 Stamford Museum & Nature Ctr, Stamford, CT February 1, 2015 – June 20, 2015 Nearly a year had gone by since I first made the discovery. It was purely by chance. I was tracking down some […]

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Wendell Minor’s America

A good picture, like a good story, is timeless. -Wendell Minor Available June 2014 Take a journey though history, from sea to shining sea, through the art of Wendell Minor, our nation’s premier historical picture book illustrator. The artist’s many children’s books reflect for the environment. His travels have taken him form the tropical Everglades […]

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Witness: The Art of Jerry Pinkney

Organized by Norman Rockwell Museum This exhibition’s final location is the African American Museum in Dallas, TX. I love the act of making marks on paper and seeing those marks develop into a picture. My intent and hope is to lead the viewer into a world that only exists because of that picture. Many of […]

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William Steig: Love & Laughter

I think I feel a little differently than other people do. For some reason I’ve never felt grown up. ―William Steig William Steig: Love & Laughter explores the richness of the artist’s imagery―from his 1930s Small Fry series recalling the colorful Bronx neighborhood of his youth, New Yorker covers and cartoons, and symbolic drawings offering […]

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Tasha Tudor: Around the Year

An exhibition organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum  Tasha Tudor: Around the Year illuminates the changing seasons and special celebrations with outstanding, rarely seen examples of this beloved author and illustrator’s original art for children’s books and greeting cards highlighting holidays beginning with New Year’s………Christmas, her favorite. Original portraits of Tasha Tudor by her mother, […]

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Over the Top: American Posters from World War I

An exhibition organized by Norman Rockwell Museum During World War I, illustrated posters inspiring public support served as a primary mechanism of mass communication. Persuasive visual symbols designed to rally Americans to the cause, they employed bold graphics, strong imagery, and concise commands to inspire a sense of nationalism and pride. Posters roused people to […]

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Norman Rockwell’s 323 Saturday Evening Post Covers

An exhibition organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum Without thinking too much about it in specific terms, I was showing the America I knew and observed to others who might not have noticed. And perhaps, therefore, this is one function of the illustrator. He can show what has become so familiar that it is no […]

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Norman Rockwell in the 1940s: A View of the American Homefront

An exhibition organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum I suddenly remembered how Jim Edgerton had stood up in a town meeting and said something that everybody else disagreed with. But they had let him have his say. No one had shouted him down. My gosh, I thought, that’s it. There it is. Freedom of Speech. […]

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Norman Rockwell and the American Family

An exhibition organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum In the 1950s and 1960s, the Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company of Springfield, Massachusetts, commissioned illustrator Norman Rockwell to create scenes reflecting American family life for its national advertising campaign. These popular images appeared in such leading publications as The Saturday Evening Post, Time and Newsweek with […]

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Norman Rockwell’s Home for the Holidays

An exhibition organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum   . . .children want to believe in Santa Claus just as fervently as we adults want to believe in Peace on Earth and goodwill toward men. —Norman Rockwell During his forty-seven year affiliation with The Saturday Evening Post, Norman Rockwell was celebrated for his special holiday […]

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Norman Rockwell’s Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn

An exhibition organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum These were classics. I read through the books, making notes of which scenes would make good pictures. Of course certain scenes—for instance, Tom whitewashing his Aunt Polly’s fence—were required. —Norman Rockwell In 1935, George Macy, the publisher of the Heritage Press and Limited Editions Club books, invited […]

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Rockwell on the Road: Host an Exhibition

Below are abstracts to exhibitions curated and presented by The Norman Rockwell Museum available for hosting at appropriate venues. Please contact us if you would like to inquire about the terms and availability of these exhibitions for your institution.

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Current Norman Rockwell Museum Traveling Exhibitions

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Past Norman Rockwell Museum Traveling Exhibitions

Past Traveling Exhibitions from Norman Rockwell Museum

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