Norman Rockwell, the beloved pictorial narrator, began illustrating covers for The Saturday Evening Post in 1916, an association that lasted nearly half a century. His greatest covers are anecdotes about average Americans, each a scene telling a story with a remarkable amount of detail. Conveying extraordinary warmth and humor, these twelve reproductions of his work prove Rockwell's art is also a form of entertainment.
Full size 12" x 12" format. 3 languages: English, French, and German. High-quality images and materials used to produce calendars. Includes month before and after at-a-glance.
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