It’s that time of year again! Norman Rockwell’s April Fools illustrations were a popular tradition on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post. Rockwell created three successful (and hilarious) paintings for the series, which kept Post readers busy searching for the artist’s intentional mistakes (the answers were printed in the following week’s edition).
Think you can find all 51 jokes in Rockwell’s March 31, 1945 cover (pictured)?
Test your skills, and then find the answers in this fool-proof link.
More April Fools covers:
Visit Norman Rockwell Museum to see all three April Fools covers and more of Rockwell’s humorous tales in the current exhibition, Norman Rockwell’s 323 “Saturday Evening Post” Covers.
View fun reference photos used by the artist in the creation of his April Fools covers.
Buy April Fools prints in the Museum Store.