Norman Rockwell Artwork
·Norman Percevel Rockwell (February 3, 1894 – November 8, 1978) was a 20th-century American painter and illustrator. His works enjoy a broad popular appeal in…
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The Little Mother, the 11/7/1918 Norman Rockwell Life Magazine cover
“The Little Mother” by Norman Rockwell, 1918 ｜ Appeared on the cover of Life Mag. published Nov. 7, 1918. An alternate title for this is "French Girl Washing Soldier's Ear". This was the 12th cover by Rockwell to appear on Life Magazine. In this work, Rockwell gives us a glimpse into post-World War I France. The war is virtually over. The Allied powers, including the French and the Americans, have defeated the Central powers, including Austro-Hungary and Germany.
Thanksgiving Mother and Son Peeling Potatoes by Norman Rockwell
Norman Rockwell, Thanksgiving. It's impossible to look at this image and not feel a glimmer of longing, a slight feeling of amusement, and a large dollop of recognition. I feel like I know these people, that I might even have been in a similar situation, once. #art #illustration
The Homemaker's Work - Christian Homemaking
“There needs to be a homemaker exercising some measure of skill, imagination, creativity, desire to fulfill needs and give pleasure to others in the family. How precious a thing is the human family. It it not worth some sacrifice in time, energy, safety, discomfort, work? Does anything come forth without work?” ― Edith Schaeffer, What is a Family?