Join us as we take a walk through the artistic world of Normal Rockwell 1894 - 1978
Who Was Norman Rockwell?
He received his first commission at age 17. In 1916, he created the first of 321 covers for The Saturday Evening Post. Rockwell's Americana images were loved by the public, but not embraced by critics. He created World War II posters and received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1977 presented by President Gerald Ford.
Join this Zoom event to explore Rockwell’s history regarding his artistic career and life.
Thanks to Polly Conlon, a Wellesley Neighbor member, who will be the commentator for this event.
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