Norman Rockwell Saturday Evening Post
cover April 1, 1961.
A group of people of different religions, races and ethnicity served as the backdrop for the inscription "Do Unto Other As You Would Have Them Do Unto You." Rockwell was a compassionate man, and this simple phrase reflected his philosophy.
"I'd been reading up on comparative religion. The thing is that all major religions have the Golden Rule in Common. 'Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.' Not always the same words but the same meaning."
A large mosaic of the iconic illustration was recently rededicated to the United Nations, which hangs in their New York City Headquarters. The work, originally presented to the UN in 1985 as a gift on behalf of the United States by First Lady Nancy Reagan, was restored by Williamstown Art Conservation Center, which has repaired numerous objects from Norman Rockwell Museum's collection as well, including Rockwell's 1953 United Nations drawing, which was the artist's earliest conceptions for The Golden Rule.
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