Norman Rockwell was born in New York City on February 3, 1894. A budding talent in his youth, he attended art school in Manhattan and was commissioned to paint Christmas cards at the age of fifteen. By nineteen, he became the art director for Boys’ Life and by twenty-two created his first cover for The Saturday Evening Post — a publication he would go on to create 322 covers for over the course of his career.
Inspired by the artist who illustrated America, the Norman Rockwell brand speaks to time-honored values and sensibilities in our contemporary lives. Rockwell licensees are provided a blank canvas to create a curated line of authentically crafted products, services and experiences worthy of his name, his image, his brand – and of course, his artistic images – to reach a global audience. Entities may also leverage the Rockwell brand and assets to market their particular set of products and services.
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