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What a wonderful book this is--and what a rare behind-the-scenes look at the artistic process it provides. So many of the moments we see as impossibly idealized versions of us are in fact us. Rockwell's genius improves with this 'backstage' glance. (Ken Burns, Emmy Award-winning documentary filmmaker)

A wonderful new book by Ron Schick . . . that lifts the curtain on Rockwell's working methods, revealing how profoundly labor-intensive and thoughtfully imagined they were. (
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ISBN-10:  0316006939
ISBN-13:  978-0316006934
Genre:  Arts & Photography
Publisher:  Little, Brown and Company
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review by . July 30, 2011
Norman Rockwell is one of the best loved and most iconic of America's twentieth century painters and illustrators. His works have for decades graced the covers of many books and magazines. Rockwell's keen eye for the intricacies of everyday American life garnered him a lot of praise and admiration over the years.    This book is an in-depth retrospective of some of the Rockwell's most famous paintings and illustrations, and the photographs that were used in their production. …
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