|Taubman Museum of Art in Roanoke, Virginia|
Photo by Sam Dean Photography
Works by the beloved 20th century painter and illustrator are showcased in American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell, which was organized by the NormanRockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts and includes original works from its permanent collection.
Rockwell created images reflecting the lives, hopes, and dreams of Americans in the 20th century. The Taubman exhibit chronicles Rockwell’s career of 65 years and highlights his unique artistic legacy that profoundly influenced American perceptions and ideals. It includes such beloved images as Triple Self-Portrait (1960), Girl at Mirror (1954), Going and Coming (1947), and Art Critic (1955) as well as preliminary sketches, Saturday Evening Post covers, photographs, color studies, and detailed drawings.
| Girl at Mirror |
by Norman Rockwell
Tickets: Adults--$12.50; seniors and college students--$10.50; Children ages 9-17--$8.50. Museum hours: Wednesday through Saturday 10am-5pm; Sunday 12-5pm, First Friday, 10 am-9pm.
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