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Norman Rockwell (Norman Rockwell, 1894 Äê 2 ÔÂ 3 ÈÕ -1978 on November 8)
is the United States the importance of the early 20th century painter
and illustrator, works across the areas of commercial propaganda and
patriotic propaganda. Paintings of his life mostly through
"Saturday Evening Post Saturday Evening Post no Chinese Wikipedia
page, refer to the corresponding Wikipedia page in English Saturday
Evening Post. "Published, the most well-known series of works in
the 1940s and 50s emerged. Such as the "four freedoms" and
"Women rivet work."

1894 to 1942
Norman was born in New York City. 14 years of age from high school to
transfer to Chase Art school, after school into the National Academy
of Design, and finally transferred to the Art Students League in New
York. Where he was Thomas Fogarty, Geroge Bridgman, and Frank Vincent
Dumond's teachings. He was originally a "Ê¥Äá¿ÉÀ-˹ not Ê¥Äá¿ÉÀ-˹ jo
Journal of Chinese Wikipedia page, refer to the corresponding
Wikipedia page in English St. Nicholas Magazine. "Painted
commercial paintings; and the Scout Association of the U.S.
publication" Scout Day Boy's Life-"long-term illustration,
there are other youth publications.
His first job is more important in 1912, a book for writers CH Claudy
"Tell Me Why: Stories about Mother Nature" to do book
illustrations, and this is his first work of book illustrator.
World War I, Norman joined the U.S. Navy, Military at first refused
because of his weight is too light and he joined the army (his
deviation from the standard weight of 8 pounds), he later spent a
night mad bananas, donuts and a large number beverages, the weight
finally cross the border, but he was assigned to the work of the Navy
is the military painter, and the manual does not matter.
Norman at the age of 21, moved to the town of New York State Niuluo
Snow (New Rochelle), and started their own studio (with a cartoonist
Clyde Forsythe shared), his roommate was just for Saturday Evening
work and passing referrals Norman in 1916 and began painting for the
Saturday Evening Post cover. May 20, 1916, is his painting "Boy
with Baby Carriage" was published date. In the same year he
married Irene O'Connor (Irene O'Connor) wife. In 1930, he and Irene
divorced, and soon with the primary school teacher Mary Basi Peach
(Mary Barstow) married and had three children, were Jarvis Jarvis,
Thomas and Peter Thomas Peter. In 1939, Norman, Arlington, Vermont,
his family moved to the town of Arlington, stable life, and the town
of Arlington as a source of inspiration to draw the subject of many
American small town life painting.

1943 to 1963
World War II, Norman completed within seven months of the "Four
Freedoms" series of paintings, weight dropped 15 pounds, this
series of paintings based on President Roosevelt's speech on Human
Rights: "There are four people freedom, namely freedom of speech,
freedom of belief, freedom from want, freedom from fear "and
drawn, in 1943 published by the Saturday Evening Post, the U.S.
Treasury Department subsequently held in 16 cities in the traveling
exhibition of the original paintings, to sell U.S. war bonds (War
Bonds). In the same year, Norman's studio on fire, lost a lot of
paintings and property.
In 1953, the sudden death of Mary the wife of Norman, Norman suspended
due to excessive sad painting, and began writing together with his son
Thomas his biography, the book published in 1960, Saturday Evening
Post and to set a total of eight selected ways rolled on the cover of
the first known use of three self-portraits Norman (Triple Self
Portrait) images.
In 1961, Norman married his third wife is a retired primary school
teacher Moli Pang Hudson (Molly Punderson). In 1963, he formally
resigned his work in the Saturday Evening Post (total planned 321
Saturday Evening Post cover)

1964 to 1978
1964, Look magazine, for his citizenship, poverty and space
exploration topics such as freedom of painting. Who also started for
the well-known portraits, such as the U.S. President Eisenhower,
Kennedy, Johnson, and other world celebrities such as Egyptian
President Nasser and Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru.
Norman has long welcomed much advertising, because his paintings with
a direct view, and full of interesting details. He was a well-known
novel "Tom Sawyer", including painting over forty
illustrations, and regularly Scout calendar for the U.S. to provide
illustrations (1925 to 1976), one of the most famous "Four
Seasons" paintings by Publisher Brown & Bigelow ways in
various souvenirs such as bookmarks, directories, posters, stamps,
dolls and other popular poker and live for 17 years (since 1947), has
been to Norman's later years, he began writing a more serious theme of
paintings ( such as race and human rights), the only gradually from a
commercial illustrator in the title.
Sturm in the United States Bridge City, Massachusetts, has custody of
the original Norman's 574, and in 1969 established a Norman Rockwell
Museum, and his studio is also the annual opening month of 5 to 10,
1977 Norman as "a significant national figure depicts
endemic" in the name, won the Presidential Medal of Freedom
(Presidential Medal of Freedom), which is the highest honor a U.S.
citizen. The following year he died at age 84.

Norman's comments about the paintings
Norman was a very prolific painter, though out he had lost the fire in
his studio in 1943 before most of the original painting, printed
today, Norman paintings at auction an old magazines up to hundreds of
Most of the paintings of Norman are a little too sweet, optimistic,
particularly for the Saturday Evening Post cover has painted more
deeply the "ideal American World" impression. Therefore, in
the eyes of many contemporary artists, Norman's paintings are seen as
artificial and only the surface material. In many art reviews, are
only known illustrator Norman is not the artist or painter. Norman
only tube which did not mind, he is also more like to call themselves
as illustrators, but some of Norman's paintings really popular, full
of power impressed the audience's view, such as "we have the
problem as" (The Problem We All Live With) to abolish the school
as the main theme of racial Discrimination, drawn by a white African
girl go to school the federal police protection, after a racial
Discrimination by slogans and graffiti was smashed tomato . The
painting may not be suitable for a magazine cover, but it is the most
classic works of Norman, one of today.
Norman, traditional values of the United States throughout the 1900s,
changes in the delicate brush with a record one by one, making him a
very special American painter, which is today the reason he is still a
lot of fans.

Major paintings
"No Swimming" (No Swimming; 1921 years)
This picture was later drawn for Norman interesting pictures of older
"Four freedoms" (The Four Freedoms; 1943 years)
"Go and return" (Going and Coming; 1947 years)
"Half of the sixth inning" (Bottom of the Sixth; 1949 years)
"Mirror girl" (Girl at Mirror; 1954 years)
"Marriage Certificate" (The Marriage License; 1955 years)

"Three Self-Portrait" (Triple Self-Portrait; 1960 years)

"Golden rule" (Golden Rule; 1961 years)

"We have problems as" (The Problem We All Live With; 1964

"Next door to the new kid" (New Kids in the Neighborhood;
1967 years)

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