This Biography is about one of the best Illustrator Norman Rockwell including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Norman Rockwell|
|Real Name||Norman Rockwell|
|Nick Name||Norman Perceval Rockwell|
|Famous as||Painter & Illustrator|
|Personal Life of Norman Rockwell|
|Born on||03 February 1894|
|Died At Age||84|
|Born in||New York City|
|Died on||08 November 1978|
|Place of death||Stockbridge, Massachusetts|
|Diseases & Disabilities||Alzheimer’s, Depression|
|Family Background of Norman Rockwell|
|Father||Jarvis Waring Rockwell|
|Education||National Academy of Design, Art Students League of New York|
|Awards||1939 – Silver Buffalo Award|
|Personal Fact of Norman Rockwell|
Norman Perceval Rockwell was an American artista painter and an illustrator. His work was an artistic depiction of the American culture and spirit of its people – he was inspired by the ideas of civil rights, poverty, national events, international events and space exploration.
Most of his career was spent illustrating for the Saturday Evening Post, a collaboration that continued for around 47 years and resulted in 321 magnificent covers. Apart from the Post, Rockwell also worked for other publications like Look, Peoples Popular Monthly, Life Magazine, The Literary Digest, etc. He successfully created 4,000 illustrations and paintings in his career.
Some of his iconic works include1927 celebration of Charles Lindbergh’s crossing of the Atlantic, Neil Armstrong’s left foot on the surface of the moon after the successful moon landing, the Four Freedom series during World War II, etc. Apart from illustrating for magazines and publications, Rockwell took classes at the Otis College of Art and Design, penned down his autobiography, My Adventures as an Illustrator, and did portraits of personalities like, President Kennedy, Nixon, Johnson, Jawaharlal Nehru, etc.
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