Norman Rockwell: 60 Year Retrospective (2020)

Norman Rockwell: 60 Year Retrospective Thomas S. Buechner Norman Rockwell Year Retrospective For seven decades Norman Rockwell captured the essence of the American spirit creating art for magazines than Saturday Evening Post covers children s books calendars and advertisements heart
  • Title: Norman Rockwell: 60 Year Retrospective
  • Author: Thomas S. Buechner
  • ISBN: 9780810920491
  • Page: 413
  • Format: Hardcover
Norman Rockwell: 60 Year Retrospective Thomas S. Buechner For seven decades Norman Rockwell captured the essence of the American spirit, creating art for magazines than 300 Saturday Evening Post covers , children s books, calendars, and advertisements, heartwarming and poignant images that touch us still Norman Rockwell traces the evolution of the artist and his craft through his paintings, sketches, and photographs of himFor seven decades Norman Rockwell captured the essence of the American spirit, creating art for magazines than 300 Saturday Evening Post covers , children s books, calendars, and advertisements, heartwarming and poignant images that touch us still Norman Rockwell traces the evolution of the artist and his craft through his paintings, sketches, and photographs of him at home And, of course, there is the artwork itself the diverse array of full color reproductions here represent Americans at work, at play, at home, and fighting for the Four Freedoms during World War II.
Norman Rockwell: 60 Year Retrospective Thomas S. Buechner

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  1. The Book Sale Scrounger

    It s funny how ingrained Norman Rockwell has become into American identity even after all of these years Maybe you re aware of his artwork through that one painting in the dentist s office, or a history textbook that points to a particular frame of his work as embodying an era Almost any American is aware of him and might even find themselves flipping through this book, pointing at a particular image, and saying Hey, I ve seen this before That being said, this book is much better for getting ass [...]

  2. Cherise

    Norman Rockwell is in my top five artists list He captured the pleasant whimsical side of early Americana Half the time , in his later works , you can t decide if it s a photograph or a painting Though Rockwell had an affinity towards middle class life he was not limited to it He grew as an artist and was able to branch out after a successful career with Post If you are somehow not familiar with Rockwell s work , I suggest you familiarize yourself with him He is wonderful

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