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‘Tis a puzzlement. Can anyone on the planet engage us to the degree that a 20th century icon did? More specifically, can anyone “grab” us visually the way he did – that prolific author, painter and illustrator who reached Americans’ innermost cockles with a paint brush and canvas? That icon re-defined sentimentality with engaging covers on The Saturday Evening Post 321 times during the publication’s 66 years of weekly magazines. His name was Norman Rockwell. Some well-known critics refused to take his works seriously, even failing to call him an artist. Rockwell still turned out more than 4,000 original works, capturing the ...

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