- Contains every known Rockwell illustration
- Written by Museum Director Laurie Norton Moffatt
- Color plates and black and white prints
- Available in standard and limited editions
No true Rockwell fan should be without this complete catalogue of the artist's work. For the first time, every known illustration created by Norman Rockwell during his six-decade career is displayed and documented in this important reference work. A New York Times book review stated "The scholarship is stupendous and thorough." Norman Rockwell: A Definitive Catalogue presents the most comprehensive time capsule of Mr. Rockwell's career and an American era.
The standard edition is a boxed, two volume set of 1,200 pages with 3,594 black and white illustrations and 96 color plates; 8 7/8" x 11 5/8". Also available is a Limited Edition of 200 copies with gold-tooled leather spines, signed and numbered by the artist's wife, Molly Rockwell.
Indispensable. Review by wlipman
Mine sits on my bookshelf, where I can reach up and enjoy it whenever I want. It's indispensable, because it contains many works never seen in museums, i.e. those in private and corporate collections.
This is a bargain price. If you do not own these volumes, do not pass up this offering! (Posted on 5/22/2018)