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Norman rockwell paintings

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Новая порция красивых читательских историй в рубрике БукАрт: иллюстрации о книгах и читателях американского художника Нормана Роквелла (Norman Percevel Rockwell).

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Norman Rockwell (1898-1978) fue un pintor, fotógrafo e ilustrador estadounidense muy conocido en su país, y en el mundo entero, que trabajó realizando ilustraciones en Saturday Evening Post, desde 1916 hasta 1963, además de numerosas ilustracione...

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Vintage Norman Rockwell, The Party Wire 1919 canvas print from Wallasso.Bring your artwork to life with the texture and depth of a stretched canvas print. Your new wall art gets printed in sharp detail onto one of our premium canvases and then stretched on a wooden frame of 1.5" x 1.5" stretcher bars. This gallery wrapped canvas print will be delivered to your doorstep “ready to hang" with pre-attached hanging wire, mounting hooks, and nails. A classic choice for home or office wall decor…

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Retribution by Norman Rockwell, 1920. Retribution was on the cover of The Country Gentleman, May 15, 1920 Original Masterpiece Medium: Oil on canvas Your Masterpiece; 24 x 21.6 inches Full drill Medium: artists canvas, poured glue, and diamond drills Tool kit includes: drill tray, drill pen, and wax Frame not included This artwork is in a private collection. Diamond painting is designed and printed in the United States of America. This work is in the public domain in its country of origin…

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The wit, humanity, and many-sided talent of Norman Rockwell (1894–1978) are on full display in his classic autobiography. Rockwell’s New York City boyhood, his apprentice days at the Art Students League, his first fateful visit to the Saturday Evening Post, his adventures abroad, his move to rural Vermont―all are recounted with a mix of sharp observation and self-deprecating humor. Throughout Rockwell invites the reader into his artistic process: he introduces his favorite models, candidly…

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