Pick Two, Three, Four, and Save! The Hancock Shakers. Daniel Chester French. Edith Wharton. Norman Rockwell. Experience four American icons at four spectacular destinations in the Berkshires. With the American Icons package, available from Memorial Day weekend through October 2013, you can purchase a Pick Two, Pick Three, or American Icons pass and enjoy discounted […]
Norman Rockwell Museum presents the world’s largest collection of original Norman Rockwell art, including beloved paintings from The Saturday Evening Post and the Four Freedoms, and the best in the field of American illustration. Experience Rockwell’s art, life and legacy in the artist’s picturesque New England hometown of Stockbridge, Massachusetts nestled in the culturally rich Berkshires.
On view through May 27, 2013
Willie Was Different is a children’s story written and illustrated by Norman Rockwell. The story focuses on a wood thrush with a magical gift for music and tells of the trials of genius and the satisfactions of true friendship.
Google today announced a partnership with Norman Rockwell Museum to become one of the newest collaborators on Google Art Project, the company’s online art database.
The Norman Rockwell Museum holds an outstanding collection of American illustration art in addition to its hallmark collection of original paintings, drawings, and studies by Norman Rockwell. These recent gifts have been made available through the generosity of enthusiastic collectors and museum supporters, who have embraced the Museum’s mission as the home of American illustration […]
As originally printed in The Saturday Evening Post, “the principal April fooleries” in Rockwell’s April 1943 painting are: 1. the trout, the fishhook and the water, all on the stairway 2. the stairway running behind the fireplace, an architectural impossibility 3. the mailbox 4. the faucet 5. wall-paper upside down 6. wallpaper has two designs […]