IMAGE RESOURCES

Norman Rockwell Museum (NRM) is a resource for high-quality images of the objects in its collections. It provides 8″x10″ images scanned at 300dpi delivered over the internet (FTP). You may request custom sizes and resolutions for your order. The NRM reserves the right to evaluate each request. The NRM also reserves the right to charge fees and impose conditions above and beyond those listed in this Web site when deemed necessary.

Norman Rockwell (1894-1978), The Problem We All Live With, 1963. Oil on canvas, 36” x 58”. Story illustration for Look, January 14, 1964. Norman Rockwell Museum Collections. ©Norman Rockwell Family Agency. All rights reserved.

The NRM holds no copyrights for any works by Norman Rockwell. Clients are responsible for securing appropriate copyright permission. Materials will not be released without the written permission of the copyright holder. See Copyright Information below.

PLACING AN ORDER

To request images, download , fill out the online request form here . If you cannot fill out the form online, you may print it out and send it by mail to Image Services. You may also contact Image Services to request a form.

Requests are processed in the order in which they are received. The length of time it takes to fill an order depends on its size, complexity, and whether copyright permission has been secured prior to the request being made. The processing of a rental agreement and invoice cannot begin until the Image Services Department of the Norman Rockwell Museum has received verification of copyright permission. Most orders are filled within 10 business days after all necessary paperwork has been received.

Please note that the Norman Rockwell Museum is a not-for-profit institution, separate from the licensing companies that hold copyrights. Clients must negotiate copyright terms independently of the Museum. Fees paid to the copyright holder are exclusive of the rental fees charged by the NRM.

Once all appropriate paperwork is in order, an agreement and invoice will be prepared. The agreement and invoice will be mailed shortly thereafter. Image Services must receive both the signed contracts and full pre-payment before any orders can be released.

If you are inquiring about prints or collectibles, please visit the Museum Store.

Contact
Norman Rockwell Museum
Image Services
9 Route 183
P.O. Box 308
Stockbridge, MA 01262

Phone 413.298.4100, ext. 278

email: imageservices@nrm.org

COPYRIGHT INFORMATION

The Norman Rockwell Museum holds no copyrights for any works by Norman Rockwell. Clients are responsible for securing appropriate copyright permission. Once usage is approved in writing by the appropriate source; the Museum can release digital image files.

Depending on the complexity of your request, you may have to contact more than one copyright holder. To determine which copyright holder you should contact, you will need to know which images you are interested in and exactly what their usage will be.

If you have any questions, please contact Image Services413.931.2278, and we will be happy to assist you in determining the appropriate rights holder(s).

For images originally reproduced in Look or McCall’s, and inquiries regarding Norman Rockwell’s name and likeness:

Norman Rockwell Permission Dept
IMG Worldwide
Att: Mike Mueller
5000 Sawgrass Village Circle, Suite 30
Ponte Verda Beach, FL 32082
Phone (904) 567-2056
mike.mueller@img.com

For a book publication that includes images with copyrights held by The Curtis Publishing Company or The Norman Rockwell Estate Licensing Company:

Norman Rockwell Permission Dept
IMG Worldwide
Att: Mike Mueller
5000 Sawgrass Village Circle, Suite 30
Ponte Verda Beach, FL 32082
Phone (904) 567-2056
mike.mueller@img.com

For Saturday Evening Post and Country Gentlemen images NOT intended for book publication:

Curtis Licensing
Attention: Cris Piquinela
(317) 252-0992 or cris@curtislicensing.com
3520 Guion Rd,
Indianapolis, IN 46220
www.curtispublishing.com

For images created for Brown & Bigelow, including Four Seasons and Boy Scout Calendars:

Brown & Bigelow
345 Plato Boulevard West
St. Paul, MN 55107
Phone 1 (800) 457-0217
http://www.brownandbigelow.com/

For images from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and Poor Richards Almanac:

MBI, Inc., Easton Press
47 Richards Avenue
Norwalk, CT 06857
Phone (203) 854-9400, ext. 3265
Fax (203) 866-6943

DIGITAL TERMS

Digital/electronic reproduction is defined as the rendering of images and/or words on a screen, monitor or other electronic device, where the information is stored on electronic media such as, but not limited to CD-ROM, computer disk, video or audio tape or disk, and the internet. Digital reproduction can be used in the following applications: Film, television, computer program, Web page, kiosk, electronic banner.

Digital reproduction is subject to the following conditions. Your acceptance of these conditions is indicated by your payment of our invoice and signature on our Image Services Agreement.

PRINT TERMS

Print reproduction is defined as color or black and white images and text transferred in multiples to physical media such as, but not exclusive to, paper, cardboard, etc. Print reproduction is subject to the following conditions.

Your acceptance of these conditions is indicated by your payment of our invoice and signature on our Rental Agreement.

1. Full credit line must appear exactly as specified by the The Norman Rockwell Museum (NRM), without editing, omissions, or use of acronyms. It must be placed in immediate proximity to the reproduction of the work(s) of art on the same display device. Note that this credit line is in addition to the credit line requested by the copyright holder. The designated credit line will be located on the Image Services Agreement.

2. Color depth must be at least 24 bits per pixel. Images must not be electronically stored in a size larger than 640 pixels in any dimension. Images must not be altered or distorted by methods such as but not limited to cropping, retouching, changing proportion, rotating, color effects, superimposing, animating, or captioning unless approved in advance by the copyright holder(s). Minor color corrections may be done without permission. A cropped detail may be used if the word DETAIL is added to the credit line.

3. Each image m