Seventy-five years after the artist’s “Four Freedoms” series ran in The Saturday Evening Post, a number of artists are reinterpreting it to include today’s more diverse culture.
The nearly 200-year-old magazine has a new website with a digital archive of its pages and more than 3,500 covers.
The sale of “Shuffleton’s Barbershop” by the Berkshire Museum in Massachusetts for an undisclosed price came amid a public backlash and a legal fight.
After years of planning and proposals, the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art is moving ahead with a futuristic building design from MAD Architects.
The agreement to sell the treasured Rockwell, which could save the financially troubled museum, requires court approval.
Two prominent museum groups said the plan to sell works by Norman Rockwell, Alexander Calder and others would violate the organizations’ ethical codes.
Four World War II-era covers for The Saturday Evening Post will travel to the New-York Historical Society in 2018.
Norman Rockwell’s 1944 work “Which One? (Undecided; Man in Voting Booth)” will be on view at Sotheby’s beginning Nov. 4, ahead of a Nov. 21 auction.
On a field trip to the Norman Rockwell Museum, students learned that Rockwell grew up on West 103rd Street, and they began a drive to have his block named after him.