Norman rockwell

Norman Rockwell is regarded as America's most prominent illustrator. He is known for capturing the emotions of Americans and chronicling its times by demonstrating more than 320 Saturday Evening Post's covers. He was born in 1894 and started his artistic career at 19 years. He became Boy's Life's art director, the formal publication of America's Boy Scouts. Several years down the line, he started working as an illustrator for Saturday Evening Post. Here, Rockwell spent forty-seven years. Later on, he focused on more serious, including space exploration, civil rights, and poverty, with the Look Magazine. He won the presidential freedom medal thanks to his inspiring works. Celebrate Rockwell’s creativity and achievement by adding artworks that inspire you from his numerous art pieces.