The Runaway-Runaway Boy and Clown ©Images by the Museum of American Illustration and the American Illustrators Gallery and ©2010 Saturday Evening Post covers by SEPS, Curtis Publishing 

The Critics Circle

Norman Rockwell Gallery

Some of the highlights

Published: 28/01/2011

A selection of the paintings in the Dulwich Picture Gallery exhibition to accompany our review article 'Norman Rockwell's America' by Estelle Lovatt.

Norman Rockwell (1894-1978)  painted the American dream on magazine covers, in books and for many years on the American Boy Scout calendar. The Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachussets, has over 700 of his painting, drawings and illustratuions. His work appeared in magazines like The Saturday Evening Post and Look and in 2006 one of his painting, Breaking Home Ties, sold for $15.4m.

The exhibition runs until March 27 2011. The Picture Gallery is currently closed on Mondays - more details on the gallery website:

www.dulwichpicturegallery.org.uk

 

 

Volunteer Fireman

Norman Rockwell's Volunteer Firemen
© 2010 Images by National Museum of American Illustration and American Illustrators Gallery and © 2010 Saturday Evening Post covers by SEPS, Curtis Publishing.


 

Reginald plays Pirates

Norman Rockwell's Cousin Reginald Plays Pirates
© 2010 Images by the National Museum of American Illustration and the American Illustrators Gallery

 

 

Political Argument

Norman Rockwell's Breakfast Table Political Argument
© 2010 by The National Museum of American Illustration and the American Illustrators Gallery and © 2010 Saturday Evening Post covers by SEPS, Curtis Publishing

 

 

 

Petticoats and Pants

Norman Rockwell's Petticoats and Pants 
© 2010 by The National Museum of American Illustration and the American Illustrators Gallery

 

 

Runaway Boy

Norman Rockwell's The Runaway Runaway Boy and Clown
© Images by the Museum of American Illustration and the American Illustrators Gallery and © 2010 Saturday Evening Post covers by SEPS, Curtis Publishing

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