Norman Rockwell: Pictures for the American People
High Museum of Art | 1999 | ISBN: 0810963922 | PDF | English | 200 pages | 36.6 MB
From barefoot boys fleeing a forbidden swimming hole to astronauts triumphantly stepping onto the moon, Norman Rockwell's paintings provide enduring images of twentieth-century American life. Rockwell, one of America's most popular artists and illustrators, helped forge a sense of national identity during a century of sweeping technological and social change. Eighty of Rockwell's most beloved paintings are included here, their lush color vividly reproduced.