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"Look Mom, No Cavities", by Norman Rockwell. (Ad for Crest toothpaste.

I do love the art of Norman Rockwell.  It always makes me feel warm and fuzzy, remember the past fondly, and adds a twist of loss as I long for times gone by.

I do love the art of Norman Rockwell. It always makes me feel warm and fuzzy, remember the past fondly, and adds a twist of loss as I long for times gone by.

Norman Rockwell (1894-1978), "Girl with String" (Kellogg Company advertisement, 1955) - ("American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell" @ Tampa Museum of Art ~ Tampa, Florida, USA)

Norman Rockwell "Girl with String" (Kellogg Company advertisement, - ("American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell" @ Tampa Museum of Art ~ Tampa, Florida, USA)

1956 - Teacher's Birthday - by Norman Rockwell by x-ray delta one, via Flickr

"School Teacher" (Happy Birthday, Miss Jones; Teacher's Surprise) by Norman Rockwell, Saturday Evening Post, March 1956

Norman Rockwell Photographs The Gossips. 1948. The Norman Rockwell Museum,  Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Yvette Can Draw. This photo to illustration shows the exaggeration of human features that Rockwell used in his illustrations. Throughout his career, Rockwell captured the human spirit through the expressionism of everyday subjects.    Source: The Norman Rockwell Museum, Stockbridge, Massachusetts.

Norman Rochwells Bild Klatsch und Tratsch mit Fotovorlagen norman rockwell chariacture and exaggeration of photo shoot models

Norman Rockwell's Stagecoach actors and actress | Norman Rockwell painting, Walter Brennan

Norman Rockwell painting, Walter Brennan one of the best cowboy actors of all times.Love this painting. I'm writing a biography of Walter Brennan

Norman Rockwell Museum  Catch, The 1919

Norman Rockwell (1894 – 1978, American)

"The Catch," Norman Rockwell, Oil on canvas, x Cover illustration for "Country Gentleman," May Gift of the Rodger P. From the permanent collection of Norman Rockwell Museum.

Little Girl Looking Downstairs at Christmas Party, Norman Rockwell

Life as I sometimes have known it. this is the fabulous tiny painting by Norman Rockwell: "Little girl looking downstairs at Christmas Party" George Lucas collection - I've been lucky to admire at the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, DC,

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