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Norman Rockwell: a sixty year retrospective

Author: Norman Rockwell; Thomas S Buechner; Bernard Danenberg Galleries.; Fort Lauderdale Museum of the Arts.
Publisher: New York : Abrams, [1972]
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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For seven decades Norman Rockwell captured the essence of the American spirit, creating art for magazines (more than 300 Saturday Evening Post covers), children's books, calendars, and advertisements, heartwarming and poignant images that touch us still. Norman Rockwell traces the evolution of the artist and his craft through his paintings, sketches, and photographs of him at home. And, of course, there is the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibitions
Named Person: Norman Rockwell
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Norman Rockwell; Thomas S Buechner; Bernard Danenberg Galleries.; Fort Lauderdale Museum of the Arts.
ISBN: 0810920492 9780810920491
OCLC Number: 347742
Notes: "Catalogue of an exhibition organized by Bernard Danenberg Galleries, New York," and held from Feb. 11, 1972, to Apr. 15, 1973, at the Fort Lauderdale Museum of the Arts [and others]
Description: 157 p. : illus. (part col.) ; 30 cm.
Contents: Catalogue of an exhibition organized by Bernard Danenberg Galleries, New York and held from Feb. 11, 1972, to April 15, 1973, at the fort Lauderdale Museum of the Arts and others.
Responsibility: With text by Thomas S. Buechner.

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For seven decades Norman Rockwell captured the essence of the American spirit, creating art for magazines (more than 300 Saturday Evening Post covers), children's books, calendars, and advertisements, heartwarming and poignant images that touch us still. Norman Rockwell traces the evolution of the artist and his craft through his paintings, sketches, and photographs of him at home. And, of course, there is the artwork itself; the diverse array of full-color reproductions here represent Americans at work, at play, at home, and fighting for the Four Freedoms during World War II.

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