Norman Rockwells Faith of America



Rockwell S Famous Saturday Evening Post Covers, The Four Freedoms He Painted During The Years Of World War II, His Depictions Of American Towns, Families, And Traditions Are All Represented In This Enchanting Volume They Offer A Picture Of America That We Hold Dear, Representing A World Of Hope And Humanity.Fred Bauer Writes About Rockwell S Message Of Optimism And The Artist S Faith In America And Its People In A Forthright And Sympathetic Text Complemented By Numerous Rockwell Favorites In All Their Warmth And Color Bauer Visits Stockbridge, Massachusetts, And Arlington, Vermont, Talking To The People Who Lived With Rockwell And Posed For His Anecdotal Pictures, The People About Whom The Artist Said, If You Are Interested In The Characters You Draw And Understand Them And Love Them, Why, The People Who See Your Pictures Are Bound To Feel The Same Way This Lovely Book Enables Us To Partake Once Again Of That Unique Love And Understanding That Norman Rockwell Still Communicates To America.Norman Rockwells Faith of America

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  • Hardcover
  • 160 pages
  • Norman Rockwells Faith of America
  • Fred Bauer
  • English
  • 05 March 2018
  • 0896600661

10 thoughts on “Norman Rockwells Faith of America

  1. says:

    Lots of print pictures But many are smaller, even though they were Post Covers I thought multiple dates under pix s were wrong Quality of print not nearly as good as other Rockwell books Haven t read all the text yet Lots of text.

  2. says:

    .com Review There is no mistaking a Norman Rockwell painting His knack for capturing honest folk in the nostalgic light of a simpler America made him one of the most beloved artists of his time, creating instant recognition for his popular illustrations Some might scoff at the now long faded idealism that informed his canvases, but for many Americans Rockwell s work has come to symbolize the heart and soul of asympathetic society, one free from the condescending sneer of cynicism. .com Review There is no mistaking a Norman Rockwell painting His knack for capturing honest folk in the nostalgic light of a simpler America made him one of the most beloved artists of his time, creating instant recognition for his popular illustrations Some might scoff at the now long faded idealism that informed his canvases, but for many Americans Rockwell s work has come to symbolize the heart and soul of asympathetic society, one free from the condescending sneer of cynicism Fred Bauer, author of this well researched and extensive collection is definitely one of the deceased painter s most informed and ardent champions Included here are the pieces he believes represent the,inspirational illustrations, the ones that lifted spirits and filled doubting hearts with hope and faith Accordingly, he groups them in chapters addressing specific type...

  3. says:

    While I appreciate the glimpse the author gives into Norman Rockwell the person, and the beauty he reveals in Rockwell s art, I didn t particularly enjoy his style It focuseson the author Bauer than the topic Rockwell.

  4. says:

    What needs to be said about this man s art that hasn t already been said

  5. says:

    Norman liked people and it showed on all his paintings as subtle observations, sense of humor, and strong belief in humanity His choices of props, poses, and facial expressions were superb.

  6. says:

    Norman Rockwell is one of my favorite artists I had fun reading a bit about his life in this book.

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