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Marble Champion - Norman Rockwell  This is my Grandmother, Marion Young Robinson! I miss her so much!  She is a true champion that will be with me forever! xoxoxo

Marble Champion, The Saturday Evening Post, September 2, 1939, oil on canvas, 28 x 22 in. americanart.si.edu/exhibitions/online/tellingstories/

Don't Worry Mary (Portrait of Mary Schafer), Smith-Kline: Dexamyl Advertisement by Norman Rockwell

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Norman Rockwell - The Gossips [1948] | The Gossips is the cu… | Flickr

The Gossips is the culmination of Rockwell’s fascination with the subject of gossip - while he had painted works exploring this theme in the past, it was not until his immersion in the Arlington community that the final composition came to fruition. In the present work, Rockwell depicts 15 figures, each portrayed twice, as part of a chain receiving and passing on a tidbit of gossip. The attention he pays to naturalistic detail in these expressive portraits is exceptional, and the artist…

*Coca-Cola ad - "Out Fishin'," Norman Rockwell 1939.  It's not about the Coke with me it is about the fishing. I am a Pepsi man!

Early depictions of 1920s-era flappers, toasting life with ice-cold Coca-Cola, were used on calendars and serving trays, 1924. Images courtesy of Coca-Cola “Out Fishin’,” the first of s…

Norman Rockwell - The Flirts

The Flirts, The Saturday Evening Post, July 26, 1941, oil on canvas, 34 ¼ x 27 ¼ in. The Flirts emphasizes the pretensions of the glamour-girl type as she sits in her convertible pointedly ignoring two men in an adjacent truck. The encounter is brief and their social differences are obvious, but, as Steven Spielberg remarked, the men's glances are "totally innocent, completely moral," and "at the same time, just naughty enough" that you know the guys aren't "total squares."…