Norman Rockwell: The Rising Tide - On Demand
 
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September 20, 2021 | 1:00 -
On Demand Webinar

America’s most prominent twentieth-century illustrator,
Norman Rockwell was revered by his public and reviled
by many in the art world, but his paintings were made
to last. Replaced at the turn of a page by a succession
of magazine issues and illustrations, his visual narratives
called the history of European art into play, employing
classical painting methodology to weave contemporary

tales inspired by everyday people and places. A cast of
affable, exquisitely painted characters and a plethora of

supporting details kept him and his audience engaged,
and inspired belief by millions in the uniquely American
vision that he conceived and continued to refine.

Public engagement with the history of popular images
has accelerated in the 21st century and there is a
growing awareness that illustration has mattered more
in the cultural history of the modern period than has
been properly recognized.


Join Stephanie Haboush Plunkett, the Norman Rockwell
Museum and Betty Krulik, AAA, Betty Krulik Fine Art, Ltd.,
as they explore Rockwell’s prolific 
seven-decade career,
and the cultural forces and scholarly work that has inspired
increasing market interest in his work in recent years.

 

This is a recording of a webinar initially held on
September 20, 2021.

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Image Credit: 
Norman Rockwell (1894-1978)

The Problem We All Live With, 1963

Illustration for Look, January 14, 1964, pp. 22-23

Norman Rockwell Museum Collection

Norman Rockwell (1894-1978)
Going and Coming, 1947
Cover illustration for The Saturday Evening Post, August 30, 1947
Norman Rockwell Museum Collection, Norman Rockwell Art Collection Trust
©1947 SEPS: Curtis Licensing, Indianapolis, IN. All rights reserved.


Betty Krulik, AAA is an Appraiser of American Art, and private dealer, with over 40 years of experience in the field. Betty worked at Christies early in her career before her 15 year tenure at Spanierman Gallery. She returned to the Auction world at Phillips before starting her own business in 2004." Betty currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Appraisers Association of America and is Past President. Betty is a featured appraiser on Antiques Roadshow, a WGBH production televised nationwide on the PBS network.

Stephanie Haboush Plunkett is the Deputy
Director and Chief Curator of the Norman
Rockwell Museum. The curator of many
exhibitions relating to the art of illustration—
including 
Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt
& the Four Freedoms; Inventing America:
Rockwell and 
Warhol; Rockwell and Realism
in an Abstract World; Roz Chast: Cartoon
Memoirs; The 
Unknown Hopper: Edward
Hopper as Illustrator; Ephemeral Beauty:
Al Parker and the 
American Women's
Magazine: 1940-1960; LitGraphic: The
World of the Graphic Novel; and 
The Art
of The New Yorker: Eighty Years in the
Vanguard
—she has held positions at 
Brooklyn
Museum, Brooklyn Children's Museum,
and the Heckscher Museum of Art. She 
leads
the Rockwell Center for American Visual
Studies, the first scholarly institute devoted to 

the study of illustration art. “The Shifting
Postwar Marketplace: Illustration in the
United States 
and Canada, 1940-1970” in
History of Illustration, and Drawing Lessons
from the Famous 
Artists School: Classic
Techniques and Expert Tips from the Golden
Age of Illustration are her most recent publications.

 

 
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