With wry humor and unconcealed sentiment, Norman Rockwell’s illustrations speak volumes about the human condition and the country he loved. Rockwell created images of an idealized nation peppered with small towns and filled with industrious, down-to-earth folks. His artworks reflected the currents of American life, the way we were, the way we acted, and the way we treated each other. By the 1940s, he was considered a national living treasure. This calendar presents Twelve of Rockwell’s skillfully wrought images—eleven from The Saturday Evening Post
and one from the Post’s sister publication, Country Gentleman
are presented here for your enjoyment all year long.
Published by Pomegranate with support from the National Museum of American Illustration, using high-quality printing with soy-based inks on premium, environmentally sourced paper stock for exceptional color quality.
Grid pages are easy to write on, features US, Canadian, and United Kingdom legal holidays.
Perfect for hanging at home or over an office desk! Pomegranate's calendars feature exclusive selections of art from museums and artists around the world.
Twelve monthly grids and full-color artwork. Measures 12 x 13 inches, opens to 12 x 26 in.