Rockwell on Rockwell- How I make a Picture by Norman Rockwell


“I try to use each line, tone, colour . . . each person, facial expression, gesture . . . for one supreme purpose – to tell a story.” And here Norman Rockwell tells the story – in his own words and pictures – behind the creation of the paintings that have made him America’s most beloved artist.

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A hardcover edition with wheat coloured cloth boards, black lettering and unclipped dust jacket. There is some foxing and toning to the cloth boards, dust cover and throughout the book but the colour, black and white images and text are clear, bright and legible. There is some rubbing and tearing to the edges of the dust jacket.

First Published in 1979 in New York by Watson- Guptill Publications, New York.

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Weight 1.460 kg
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