Norman Rockwell

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Saturday Evening Post cover 'The Billboard Painter' by Norman Rockwell, February 1935 Norman Rockwell Prints, Norman Rockwell Paintings, The Saturdays, Saturday Evening Post, Vintage Magazines, February 9, Painted Signs, Hand Painted, American Artists

'"Signpainter" Saturday Evening Post Cover, February 9,1935' Giclee Print - Norman Rockwell | Art.com

"Signpainter" Saturday Evening Post Cover, February 9,1935 Giclee Print by Norman Rockwell. Find art you love and shop high-quality art prints, photographs, framed artworks and posters at Art.com. 100% satisfaction guaranteed.

Norman Rockwell (1894-1978) - Study for Dress Rehearsal, s.d. pencil on paper, 38.1 x 34.9 cm. (15 x 13.75 in.) signed Norman Rockwell (lower right); private collection. (The work is a study for Dress Rehearsal, which Rockwell created as part of a series of Christmas cards for Hallmark Cards, Inc., between 1946 and 1957.) Norman Rockwell Prints, Norman Rockwell Paintings, Illustrations, Illustration Art, Norman Lindsay, Retro, Photo Images, Arte Pop, Caricatures

Norman Rockwell (1894-1978) - Study for Dress Rehearsal, s.d. pencil on paper, 38.1 x 34.9 cm. (15 x 13.75 in.) signed Norman Rockwell (lower right); private collection. (The work is a study for Dress Rehearsal, which Rockwell created as part of a series of Christmas cards for Hallmark Cards, Inc., between 1946 and 1957.)

Norman Rockwell (American,1894-1978) - "Christmas: Knight Looking In Stained Glass Window" (1930). Oil on canvas, 112.4 x 87 cm (44 1/4 x 34 1/4 in). Norman Rockwell Prints, Norman Rockwell Paintings, Cover Art, Norman Rockwell Christmas, Saturday Evening Post, Artist Gallery, Christmas Art, Christmas Images, American Artists

Norman Rockwell (American,1894-1978) - "Christmas: Knight Looking In Stained Glass Window" (1930). Oil on canvas, 112.4 x 87 cm (44 1/4 x 34 1/4 in).

Norman Rockwell - "Jeff Raleigh's Piano Solo", The Saturday Evening Post, May 27, 1939.

Norman Rockwell - "Jeff Raleigh's Piano Solo", The Saturday Evening Post, May 27, 1939.

Norman Rockwell: "The Land of Enchantment", 1934 oil on canvas, 94 x 193 cm. (37 x 76 in.) New Rochelle Public Library, New York Peintures Norman Rockwell, Norman Rockwell Art, Norman Rockwell Paintings, Canvas Art, Canvas Prints, Art Prints, Oil On Canvas, The Saturdays, Framed Artwork

Norman Rockwell: "The Land of Enchantment", 1934 oil on canvas, 94 x 193 cm. (37 x 76 in.) New Rochelle Public Library, New York

"CHEERLEADERS" (LOSING THE GAME) - Norman Rockwell’s "Cheerleader" appeared on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post on February 16, 1952. New England Patriots Cheerleaders, Rockwell Paintings, Saturday Evening Post, Live Model, Renaissance Paintings, Painting Of Girl, Home Team, Good Cheer, Norman Rockwell

"CHEERLEADERS" (LOSING THE GAME) - Norman Rockwell’s "Cheerleader" appeared on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post on February 16, 1952.

LIBERTY GIRL (ROSIE TO THE RESCUE), Saturday Evening Post cover, 1943 Norman Rockwell hired a professional model for the Post cover Liberty Girl (Rosie to the Rescue), honoring the mythical embodiment of all the new roles that now belonged to the American woman during wartime. As a symbol of the ability of Americans to mobilize and transform themselves during the war effort, Rockwell chose to paint her as a girl-next-door, accentuating her authenticity. - Norman Rockwell Museum Norman Rockwell Art, Poster Prints, Art Prints, Art Posters, Saturday Evening Post, Look Magazine, Rosie The Riveter, Wall Art For Sale, Sale Poster

LIBERTY GIRL (ROSIE TO THE RESCUE), Saturday Evening Post cover, 1943 Norman Rockwell hired a professional model for the Post cover Liberty Girl (Rosie to the Rescue), honoring the mythical embodiment of all the new roles that now belonged to the American woman during wartime. As a symbol of the ability of Americans to mobilize and transform themselves during the war effort, Rockwell chose to paint her as a girl-next-door, accentuating her authenticity. - Norman Rockwell Museum