Norman Rockwell (1894-1978), “Thanksgiving: Mother and Son Peeling Potatoes”, 1945. Private collection. ©1945 SEPS: Curtis Publishing, Indianapolis, IN

During this season of togetherness and reflection, we gather with family, neighbors and friends to share common values and experience. This is also the season to celebrate Norman Rockwell, an American artist whose works represent nothing less than our collective memory of what it means to be an American and a member of a larger global community.

Please honor this remarkable contribution to the arts with a gift to Norman Rockwell Museum this holiday season. Your unrestricted support addresses our areas of greatest need – these gifts touch every aspect of the Museum.

Your donation will help us –

• Introduce emerging generations to the ideals expressed in Rockwell’s artwork.
• Present new and memorable exhibitions of America’s greatest illustrators.
• Conserve precious artworks within our collection.
• Create lively year-round programs that engage and inform – classes for all ages, public lectures by scholars in the field, and new programs for schools.
• Publish more of our vast Rockwell collections online.
• Develop new portals to information about our holdings via mobile apps.
• Build transformative collaborations with people and institutions around the globe.

Thank you for your support and consideration. Your contribution is essential to our ongoing success. We hope to see you at the Museum soon.

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