The Norman Rockwell Museum of Vermont houses a nationally recognized collection of Norman Rockwell's art, established in 1976, and commemorates Norman Rockwell's Vermont years and the entire span and diversity of his career (1911-1978).
A chronological display of more than 2,500 Norman Rockwell magazine covers, advertisements, paintings, facts, and other published works demonstrate Rockwell's development as an illustrator and links his work to the political, economic, and cultural history of the United States.
Americans first loved Norman Rockwell’s art and style as it appeared on and between the covers of America’s most popular magazines. These magazine covers, advertisements, and illustrations are at the heart of our collection. The Saturday Evening Post covers, which most Americans are familiar with, represent a fraction of Rockwell’s art. He also painted covers for such forgotten magazines as Judge, Leslie’s, The Literary Digest, The Country Gentleman, and others.
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