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Norman Rockwell
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Freedom of Speech
1943, oil on canvas; Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge, Mass
Norman Rockwell
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Marriage License
1955, oil on canvas; Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge, Mass
Norman Rockwell
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Southern Justice (Murder in Mississippi)
Rockwell's final painting, 1965
Norman Rockwell
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Cowboy with Gramaphone (Dreams of Long Ago); 1927; American; Regionalism; private collection; oil on canvas; 94 x 81 cm; used on the cover of the Staturday Evening Post on August 13, 1927
Norman Rockwell
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Freedom from Want; 1943; American; Regionalism; Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 116 x 90 cm; used on the cover of the Staturday Evening Post on March 6, 1943
Norman Rockwell
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Freedom of Speech; 1943; American; Regionalism; Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 116 x 90 cm; used on the cover of the Staturday Evening Post on February 20, 1943
Norman Rockwell
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Portrait of Nehru; 1963; American; Regionalism; Social Realism; private collection; oil on posterboard; 44 x 51 cm; used on the cover of the Staturday Evening Post on January 19, 1963
Norman Rockwell
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Self Portrait; 1960; American; Regionalism; Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; oil and graphite on paper board; 112 x 88 cm; used for cover of The Saturday Evening Post on February 13, 1960
Norman Rockwell
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The Connoiseur; 1962; American; Regionalism; private collection; oil on canvas; 96 x 80 cm; used on the cover of the Staturday Evening Post on January 13, 1962
Norman Rockwell
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The Day I Painted Ike; 1952; American; Regionalism, Social Realism; private collection; oil on canvas; 28 x 20 cm; used on the cover of the Staturday Evening Post on October 11, 1952
Norman Rockwell
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The Final Impossibility: Man's Track on the Moon (Two Men on the Moon); 1969; American; Regionalism; National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian, Washington D.C., U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 42 x 62 cm; used on the cover of Look Magazine on December 30, 1969
Norman Rockwell
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The Lineman; 1948; American; Regionalism; Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Massachusetts, U.S.A.; oil on canvas; 145 x 107 cm; Used as AT&T advertisement
Norman Rockwell
   represents   
Regionalism
American Illustrator and Painter






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