Norman Rockwell

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UploadedApril 2, 2010
TakenApril 1, 2010
ModelCanon PowerShot G10
Exposure1/60 sec at f/3.2
FlashNo Flash
Focal Length8.898 mm
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Norman Rockwell
332 Magazine Covers

I left my other book report up, but as I just recently went to a wonderful exhibition of Norman Rockwell’s work I checked out this book again which is in my studio and recommend it to my JPG friends.

This is the most awesome book, if you like Norman Rockwell. Normal Rockwell was technically an academic painter although he had the eye of a photographer and as he became a mature artist, he used this eye to give us a picture of America that was familiar and at the same time unique. No other artist sustained the popular success enjoyed by Norman Rockwell. Through his work Normal Rockwell held up a friendly mirror to the American society he lived in, and Americans have looked into this glass and seen themselves as warm, decent, hard-working citizens of a country bountiful enough to accommodate their boundless optimism.

Normal Rockwell helped preserve American myths, but, more than that, he recreated them and made them palatable for new generations.

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  • Kathleen Mercado

    Kathleen Mercado (Deleted) said (2 Apr 2010):

    Wonderful! And I love the history. I will check out more of his work:)

  • Debrah Leonard

    Debrah Leonard (Deleted) gave props (2 Apr 2010):

    I love how CRISP this photo is.... and Norman Rockwell, we have the same book!

  • Donald Garrett

    Donald Garrett gave props (2 Apr 2010):

    Cool shot. I am a big Rockwell fan and have visited the studios in Vermont and Mass.

  • david ong

    david ong gave props (2 Apr 2010):

    very nice Sonia.

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