Wednesday, May 30, 2012
For What Ails You, Boy
Nostalgia from back when Norman Rockwell used a rich muted palette and didn't work from photographs as heavily as he did later.
Posted by Thomas Haller Buchanan at 7:54 AM
Labels: Early XXth Century Graphics, magazines, May, Norman Rockwell
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Yeah, those were the good old days. The more he came to use photo reference the less interested I became. For me, his golden years are the 1930's. Nice one Thom.
Visiting the Rockwell Museum in his much painted Birkshire Mass. area was lots of Autumn fun.
I recommend it.
Oh, but I would if I could!
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