art of Norman Rockwell

The pictures of NORMAN ROCKWELL (1894-1978) have been recognized and loved by almost everybody in America. The cover of The Saturday Evening Post was his showcase for over forty years, giving him an audience larger than that of any other artist in history. Over the years he depicted there a unique collection of Americana, a series of vignettes of remarkable warmth and humor. In addition, he painted a great number of pictures for story illustrations, advertising campaigns, posters, calendars, and books.

rockwell girl life

Day in the Life of a Girl

Print size: 20" x 22".


summer time

Summer Time

Paper size: 18" x 24"

spring time

Spring Time

Paper size: 18" x 24"

rockwell gossip


Print size: 22" x 26". Price: $18.00

rockwell new year

New Year Look

Print size: 18" x 22".

rockwell cool aid

Cool Aid

Print size: 18" x 22".

Santa's Workshop

Santa's Workshop is one of Norman Rockwell's best loved Santa Claus paintings. It was originally commissioned in 1922 as an advertisement for the Western Newspaper Union. This painting shows Santa's delight in doing his job. He has created another toy for some deserving boy or girl. It appears to be a simple toy, one that will last a long time. In the background, we can see other toys Santa is working on - a drum and Jack-in-the-box.
Print size: 18.5" x 22.5"

dr and doll

Doctor & Doll

Image size: 20" x 24", $18.50

The Outing

Image size: 20" x 24".

jazz it up

Jazz It Up!

Paper size: 20" x 26"



Paper size: 20" x 21"

ghostly gourds autumn summer
adventurers boymeetsdog missed first down ohyeah winter