Inspiration: Norman Rockwell

Norman Rockwell

Today is the birthday of 20th-century American painter and illustrator Norman Rockwell (February 3, 1894 – November 8, 1978). His works are very lively with minute details. Most of his works have a touch of humor which makes them even more appealing. He is mainly famous for the cover illustrations he created for The Saturday Evening Post magazine. For more than four decades he illustrated everyday life scenarios for the magazine. We can get a glimpse of the then American life from his artworks. He is also noted for his work for the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) & cover designs for their publication Boys’ Life, calendars, and other illustrations. Here is a collection of some of his remarkable works:


triple self portrait

Self Portrait

Soda Jerk


freedom of- speech

freedom from fear

freedom from worship

The Golden Rule

The Problem We All Live With

A Scout is Helpful

Girl Reading the Post

Artist Facing Blank Canvas




Speed Trap

The Stay at Home

Going and Coming

Little Girl Observing Lover

Marriage License

Marriage Counselor

Saying Grace

Shuffletons Barbershop

Tattoo Artist



breaking home ties

girl at mirror

School Fight

Rosie The Riveteer

girl with  shopkeeper

doctor and the doll

The Rookie

a christmas homecoming

o boy

merry christmas granny

The Discovery

Christmas Eve in Bethlehem

marine homecoming

Portrait of a Coal Miner


radio antenna


Party Line

War News

willie gillis in a blackout

willie gillis at the uso

double trouble of willie gillis

Package From Home

Fact and Fiction


happy birthday

attic memories


Antara Datta
Freelance web / logo designer, illustrator, flash animator, wordpress / drupal developer and blogger.

One thought on “Inspiration: Norman Rockwell

  1. Brigitte says:

    I need too to thank you for this wonderful read!!
    I definitely loved every bit of it. I have got you bookmarked to look at
    new stuff you post…

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