Courage Norman Rockwell

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These thirty heart-warming and whimsical postcards celebrate Norman Rockwell's unique vision of the American dream.

Norman Rockwell is often associated with the series of witty covers he executed for The Saturday Evening Post. But, in fact, he had a much wider impact as an artist and illustrator: story illustrations for the Ladies' Home Journal, covers for popular magazines such as Boy's Life, Literary Digest, and Life; journalistic interpretations of social themes and portraits...

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Overview

These thirty heart-warming and whimsical postcards celebrate Norman Rockwell's unique vision of the American dream.

Norman Rockwell is often associated with the series of witty covers he executed for The Saturday Evening Post. But, in fact, he had a much wider impact as an artist and illustrator: story illustrations for the Ladies' Home Journal, covers for popular magazines such as Boy's Life, Literary Digest, and Life; journalistic interpretations of social themes and portraits of political figures for Look magazine; and advertisements for corporate giants like AT&T and Kellogg cereal. The 30 images presented here highlight Norman Rockwell's entire artistic vision, capturing the spirit of America's most beloved pictorial storyteller.

Other Details: 30 postcards 6 1/4 x 6 1/4" Published 1996

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  • ISBN-13: 9780894718083
  • Publisher: Running Press Book Publishers
  • Publication date: 1/28/1990
  • Pages: 80

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The Philosopher, 1931. Appeared in the October 1991 issue of Ladies' Home Journal

The Runaway, 1922. Cover of the June 1, 1922 issue of Life magazine.

On Top of the World, 1928. Oil on canvas, 32 x 24 in. (81 x 61 cm). Cover of the April 1928 issue of Ladies' Home Journal.

The Longest Step (Grissom and Young Suiting Up), 1965. Oil on canvas, 33 x 52-3/8 in. (84 x 133 cm). Appeared in the April 20, 1965 issue of Look magazine.

The Recruit, 1966. Oil on canvas, 34-1/2 x 27-1/2 in. (87.5 x 70 cm). Appeared in the September 20, 1966 issue of Look magazine.

Vacation, 1920. Cover of the July 3, 1920 issue of Literary Digest.

He's Going To Be Taller Than Dad, 1939. Advertisement for Upjohn pharmaceuticals.

The Wallflower, 1920. Cover of the January 8, 1920 issue of Life magazine.

Santa Claus, c. 1950s. Oil on canvas, 14-3/4 x 14-3/4 in. (37.5 x 37.5 cm). Advertisement for Kellogg cereal.

An Audience of One, 1938. Oil on canvas, 23 x 19-1/4 in. (66 x 56 cm). Appeared in the December 1938 issue of Ladies' Home Journal.

A Time for Greatness, 1964. Oil on canvas, 41 x 33 in. (104 x 84 cm). Appeared in the July 14, 1964 issue of Look magazine.

The Right to Know, 1968. Oil on canvas, 29 x 54 in. (73.5 x 137 cm). Appeared in the August 20, 1968 issue of Look magazine.

Who's Having More Fun?, 1939. Advertisement for Green Giant canned corn.

—-And Daniel Boone Comes to Life on the Underwood Portable, 1923. Oil on canvas, 28 x 36 in. (71 x 91.5 cm). Advertisement for Underwood typewriters.

Boy with Fishing Pole, 1919. Cover of the August 1919 issue of the children's magazine St. Nicholas.

The Final Impossibility: Man's Tracks on the Moon (Two Men onthe Moon), 1969. Oil on canvas, 42-1/2 x 61-1/2 in. (108 x 156 cm). Appeared in the December 30, 1969 issue of Look magazine.

And in Life's Evening Time, 1920. Advertisement for Edison Mazda lamps.

What About Ronald Reagan?, 1968. Oil on canvas board, 26-3/4 x 21-3/4 in. (28 x 55 cm). Appeared in the July 23, 1968 issue of Look magazine.

Boys and Girls First Aid Week, 1926. Oil on canvas, 27-1/4 x 23-1/2 in (69 x 59.5 cm). Advertisement for Bauer & Black.

Freckles, 1954. Oil on canvas, 14-3/4 x 14-3/4 in. (37.5 x 37.5 cm). Advertisement for Kellogg cereal.

The Lineman, 1949. Oil on canvas, 57 x 42-1/8 in. (144.5 x 107 cm). Advertisement for American Telephone and Telegraph.

Girl with String, c. 1954. Oil on canvas, 14-3/4 x 14-3/4 in. (37.5 x 37.5 cm). Advertisement for Kellogg cereal.

Portrait of Robert F. Kennedy, 1966. Oil on board, 16-3/8 x 12-3/4 in. (41.5 x 32.5 cm). Unpublished portrait for Look magazine.

War News (Listening for the Invasion of D-Day). Oil on canvas, 41-1/4 x 40-1/2 in. (105 x 103 cm). Originally intended for use as a Saturday Evening Post cover.

A Scout Is Helpful, 1941. Oil on canvas, 43 x 24 in. (86.5 x 61 cm). Cover of the February 1941 issue of Boy's Life.

Barbershop, 1943. Oil on canvas, 41 x 33 in. (104 x 84 cm).

Rural Vacation (Family Grace), 1938. Oil on canvas, 16 x 20 in. (40.5 x 51 cm). Appeared in the August 1938 issue of Ladies' Home Journal.

Crossroads on Sunday, 1952. Oil on board, 14-7/8 x 15 in. (37.5 x 38 cm). Advertisement for Ford Motor Company.

Portrait of Harry N. Abrams, 1971. Oil and pencil on canvas, 23 x 18-1/4 in. (58.5 x 47 cm).

Home for Christmas, 1955. Advertisement for Shaeffer pen and pencils.

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