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February 03, 2010


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Being an art teacher in the city I appreciate this side of Rockwell and the images you chose to illustrate this side.


I just heard an item on the radio about a Norman Rockwell retrospective at Dulwich gallery in London (England) and Googled. I had come across his pictures before - in particular Four Freedoms - but your blogpost shows another dimension of which I was unaware. Thanks.

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