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Norman Rockwell - Painting The Little House

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A young talent, Norman Rockwell received his first commission at age 17.  By 1916, a 22-year-old Rockwell had painted his first cover for The Saturday Evening Post—the beginning of a 47-year and 321-cover relationship with the most prestigious magazine of the era.

Rockwell's success stemmed to a large degree from his careful appreciation for everyday American scenes, the warmth of small-town life in particular. Often what he depicted was treated with a certain simple charm and sense of humour. He created World War II posters and received the Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1977.

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About Norman Rockwell Painting The Little House
In the early twenties, Norman Rockwell employed Franklin Lischke, the son of his studio’s landlord as a model for some of his paintings. One of Franklin's earliest assignments with Rockwell was an advertisement for the "Save the Surface Campaign" which was a co-operative organization of paint and varnish companies. Rockwell, likely guided by the co-operative, depicted a young boy hard at work painting his bird house, supervised by a charming puppy that would clearly rather play with the boy. Reinforcing its purpose as an advertisement the paint and varnish cans are conveniently open in the corner while The Saturday Evening Post is visible, displaying the page with the advertiser's slogan "Save the surface and you save all – Paint and Varnish." A cash prize was offered to title the picture and "Painting the Little House" won $250 for best title. Franklin Lischke's work as a model for Rockwell and their continued friendship had a lasting effect on Lischke's life, and he eventually became an illustrator himself. After Rockwell's death he remarked "He was the best thing that could have happened to me."
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