News about Norman Rockwell
STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. – Imprinted: Illustrating Race, on view at the Norman Rockwell Museum through October 30, examines the role of published images in shaping attitudes toward race and culture. More than 300 artworks and objects of widely-circulated illustrated imagery are on display, produced from the late 18th century to today, which have an impact on public […]
DALLAS – Judge, one of the great American magazines of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, was renowned for many things: its wit, its politics, its immense circulation, and its role as a launching pad for once-editor Harold Ross’ The New Yorker. But the satirical publication is perhaps best known for its stable of […]
PHILADELPHIA — Freeman’s will hold its much-anticipated signature American Art & Pennsylvania Impressionists sale on Sunday, Dec. 6, which will showcase a large number of American 20th-century icons such as Norman Rockwell, John Singer Sargent, Fitz Henry Lane, Horace Pippin and Bessie Potter Vonnoh. The auction will begin at 2 p.m. Eastern time. Bid absentee […]
DALLAS – A classic masterwork by the most beloved American illustrator of all time could bring $2 million or more in Heritage Auctions’ American Art Auction July 1. Absentee and Internet live bidding is available through LiveAuctioneers.