On view March 7–May 31, 2015
One of the most popular American artists of the past century, Norman Rockwell (1894–1978) was a keen observer of human nature and a gifted storyteller. For nearly seven decades, while history was in the making all around him, Rockwell chronicled our changing society in the small details and nuanced scenes of ordinary people in everyday life, providing a personalized interpretation—albeit often an idealized one—of American identity. His depictions offered a reassuring visual haven during a time of momentous transformation as our country evolved into a complex, modern society. Rockwell’s contributions to our visual legacy, many of them now icons of American culture, have found a permanent place in our national psyche.
The admission for this exhibition (opening March 7th) will be $15 per adult, Seniors, Florida Educators & Active Military (plus guest) $7.50, Students $5. Children 6 and under, free.
Norman Rockwell, Triple Self-Portrait, 1959. Cover of The Saturday Evening Post, February 13, 1960. ©1960 SEPS: Licensed by Curtis Licensing, Indianapolis, IN. All rights reserved. www.curtislicensing.com. Norman Rockwell Museum Collections.
Norman Rockwell, Art Critic, 1955. Cover of The Saturday Evening Post, April 16, 1955. ©1955: SEPS: Licensed by Curtis Licensing, Indianapolis, IN. All rights reserved. www.curtislicensing.com. Norman Rockwell Museum Collections.