Norman Rockwell Book of Postcards
Few artists have captured the essence of the American middle class with the warmth, gentle humor, and charm of illustrator Norman Rockwell (1894–1978). Remembered for the several generations of Saturday Evening Post covers he illustrated, Rockwell had a genius for creating stop-action scenes---an art student racing to her next class, a small dog stubbornly blocking traffic---moments with which viewers could easily identify. This book of postcards offers thirty of Rockwell’s most treasured illustrations. 30 full-color reproductions.