Own Miniature Versions of 90 Norman Rockwell Paintings
Now you can get a complete set of 90 Norman Rockwell collector cards in one easy order. Printed between 1993 and 1995, these collectors items picture lots of Rockwell's famous covers of The Saturday Evening Post with information on the back telling a little about that painting's story. They'll make neat additions to your collection and come in clear plastic collector card pages to keep them looking great for years to come. Get yours today.
More About Norman Rockwell...
Norman Rockwell was famous for his portraits of everyday life. He took the version of America he lived in and turned it into his dream of what American could be. Rockwell's paintings included all different types of people – men, women, boys, girls. Because of these different subjects, his work is appreciated by a wide audience even today.
Most of Rockwell's career was spent painting covers for The Saturday Evening Post, a magazine that was extremely popular with the American middle class in the mid to late-1960s. His first painting was Boy with Baby Carriage and was published on the Post's cover for the May 20, 1916 issue.
Many people over the years have applauded Norman Rockwell's skilled portrayals of American life. President Gerald Ford once said "His vivid and affectionate portraits of our country and ourselves have become a beloved part of the American tradition," while Steven Spielberg claimed, "Rockwell painted the American dream – better than anyone." Today you can own just some of Norman Rockwell's great works in the form of special collectors cards. Act now to start enjoying the paintings of one of America's most thoughtful and skilled artists. You'll be glad you did!