Norman Rockwell: Behind the Camera 

Gain an understanding of the working methods of America’s best-known illustrator in this exhibition of more than 70 working photos, paintings, and tear sheets. These pieces offer insight into how Rockwell chose to create his unique composites and the finished work, the “Rockwell moments” have become symbolic of American culture.

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Norman Rockwell: Behind the Camera has been organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, in collaboration with guest curator Ron Schick.

Featured Image(left): Gene Pelham, Reference photograph for Art Critic (detail), 1955, Inkjet print from archival negative, Norman Rockwell Museum Collection
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Featured Image(Right)Norman Rockwell, Art Critic, Cover illustration for The Saturday Evening Post, April 16, 1955, Tear sheet, Norman Rockwell Museum Collection Art Critic
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Norman Rockwell in his Stockbridge Studio painting The Recruit (detail),1966
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