Norman Rockwell Museum Presents “Politics and Romance? Norman Rockwell’s Presidents and Valentines”

Norman Rockwell (1894-1978), “Breakfast Table Political Argument,” 1948. Norman Rockwell Museum Digital Collections. ©SEPS: Curtis Licensing, Indianapolis, IN

Norman Rockwell (1894-1978), “Breakfast Table Political Argument,” 1948. Norman Rockwell Museum Digital Collections. ©SEPS: Curtis Licensing, Indianapolis, IN

Stockbridge, MA, January 29, 2016—Norman Rockwell Museum will celebrate the Presidents and Valentines Day weekend with “Politics and Romance? Norman Rockwell’s Presidents and Valentines,” a talk and brunch to be held on Sunday, February 14, starting at 11 a.m. Tom Daly, the Museum’s Curator of Education, will examine the noted political figures whom Rockwell intersected with (including Presidents Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Richard Nixon), and the artist’s many illustrations by love, including Boy and Girl Gazing at Moon (Puppy Love) (1926), and Marriage License (1955). The talk is being presented as part of the Museum’s “Food for Thought: Curatorial Perspectives” series, and will include a continental brunch. Admission to the event costs $20, $15 for Museum members, and includes Museum admission.

Talk & Brunch
Food for Thought: Curatorial Perspectives

Join Norman Rockwell Museum’s curators for this special series of talks, offering new perspectives on Norman Rockwell’s art; a continental brunch will be served. $20, $15 for members, includes Museum admission.

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