Norman Rockwell MuseumInside Norman Rockwell's final studio, not just as he left it when he died in 1978, but as it was around 1960 when he created the painting on the easel, Do Unto Others, sometimes referred to as the "Golden Rule" painting.
|Rockwell's studio as it is today (upper photo) and as it|
was being moved several miles from Stockbridge to
the museum grounds outside the town.
Norman Rockwell MuseumNorman Rockwell in his studio with model Hank Bergmans examining the painting Can’t Wait, about 1970-72.
Norman Rockwell MuseumRockwell's youngest son,; Thomas (above-left) has
become a successful artist in his own right.
Norman Rockwell MuseumNew Kids in the Neighborhood, 1967, Norman Rockwell.
(Notice who owns the black dog and the white cat).
|The Post years, paintings so familiar Rockwell fans can identify them even in a tiny "thumbnail" format.|
Norman Rockwell Museum archives.A "contact sheet" from negatives discovered in the
|Stockbridge Main Street at Christmas (detail,|
central segment), Norman Rockwell. For
several years Rockwell's studio was on the
second floor of the central building.