Norman Rockwell Museum

(above: Norman Rockwell Museum (exterior). Photo by Walt Engels. ©Norman Rockwell Museum. All rights reserved.)

Stockbridge, MA



Presidents, Politics, and the Pen: The Influential Art of Thomas Nast (10/3/16)

Mac Conner: A New York Life (5/28/16)

Masters of the Golden Age: Harvey Dunn and His Students (12/2/15)

Dancing Princesses: The Picture Book Art of Ruth Sanderson (3/8/14)

Heroes & Villans: The Comic Book Art of Alex Ross (12/10/12)

Curious George Saves the Day: The Art of Margret and H. A. Rey (12/21/11)

LitGraphic: The World of the Graphic Novel (1/22/08)

Ephemeral Beauty: Al Parker and the American Women's Magazine, 1940-1960 (6/25/07)

Picturing Health: Norman Rockwell and the Art of Illustration (2/3/07)

Frederic Remington and the American Civil War: A Ghost Story (7/29/06)


Building Books: The Art of David Macaulay (12/15/04)

Norman Rockwell's Four Freedoms: Paintings That Inspired a Nation (4/1/04)

Norman Rockwell Image Promotes French Museum Exhibit (3/19/04)

The Red Rose Girls: An Uncommon Story of Art and Love (9/25/03)

Freedom: Norman Rockwell's Vermont Years (5/22/03)

Fred Marcellino: Master of Sky, essay by Steven Heller (2/28/03)

The Berenstain Bears Celebrate: The Art of Stan and Jan Berenstain (1/22/03)

Dancing by the Light of the Moon: The Art of Fred Marcellino (12/4/02)

Toast of the Town: Norman Rockwell and the Artists of New Rochelle (8/28/02)

John Held Jr. and the Jazz Age (8/27/02)

Norman Rockwell: Pictures for the American People (3/22/01)


The Spirit of Christmas: Rockwell Paintings from the Hallmark Collection (11/12/00)

Pushing the Envelope: The Art of the Postage Stamp (11/12/00)

322 Norman Rockwell Covers (9/18/00)

Distant Shores: The Odyssey of Rockwell Kent (5/26/00)

Hooray for Rockwell's Hollywood (6/12/99)

Drew--Art of the Cinema (6/12/99)

Made in Massachusetts (2/23/99)

Visual Solutions: Seven Illustrators & the Creative Process (9/17/98)

Family Ties: Rockwell's Art for Family, Friends and Fun (1997)

J. C Leyendecker: A Retrospective (9/18/97)

Seeing Is Not Beliving: The Art of Robert Weaver (9/18/97)



About Norman Rockwell Museum

Norman Rockwell Museum holds the largest and most significant collection of art and archival materials relating to the life and work of Norman Rockwell. The Museum also preserves, interprets, and exhibits a growing collection of original illustration art by noted American illustrators, from historical to contemporary. The Norman Rockwell Museum Art Collection and Norman Rockwell Archive inspire a vibrant year-round exhibition program, national traveling exhibitions, and arts and humanities programs that engage diverse audiences. The Museum's collections, which are made accessible worldwide, are a comprehensive resource relating to Norman Rockwell and the art of illustration, the role of published imagery in society, and the American twentieth century.

Since its inception, the Norman Rockwell Museum has explored the impact of illustrated images and their role in shaping and reflecting our world through changing exhibitions, publications, and programs. Dedication to a deepened understanding of the art of illustration has led to the formation of the Rockwell Center for American Visual Studies. The first of its kind in the nation, this research institute supports sustained scholarship and establishes the Norman Rockwell Museum's leadership in the vanguard of preservation and interpretation relating to this important aspect of American visual culture.

The museum is located within 36 park-like acres on Route 183 in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. For hours and admission fees please see the museum's website.


(above: Norman Rockwell Museum, Late Summer, 2013. Photo by John Hazeltine)

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