President John F. Kennedy. Limited Edition Lithograph. Signed
Norman Rockwell was an American painter and illustrator who came to fame for creating cover art for the Saturday Evening Post. Rockwell was born in New York City, where he was able to study at the National Academy of Design and the Art Students League.
All Together. Lithograph. Signed
Rockwell created more than four thousand original artworks in his lifetime and illustrated around forty books. While most of Rockwell’s original paintings are in private collections, Rockwell released a number of print editions. His hand signed and numbered lithographs hold the most value, though more contemporary printings are still popular among collectors.
Gary Cooper. Lithograph. Signed
Meeting of the Minds. Seriolithograph. Estate stamp
Four Seasons: Grandpa and Me: Raking Leaves, 1970. Limited Edition print
Rockwell’s name made headlines again in recent years when President Obama hung “The Problem We All Live With” in the White house and invited Rockwell’s subject, Ruby Bridges to share her story. Today, Rockwell fans collect vintage printings of the Saturday Evening Post, as well as signed lithographs and commemorative prints. The Norman Rockwell Museum is located in Stockbridge, Massachusetts and is dedicated to maintaining Rockwell’s legacy.