Presenter: Jane Oneail
America's most beloved illustrator created dozens of images related to the second World War. What happens when an artist known for his use of humor tackles the serious subject of war? This program explores how Norman Rockwell's work departs from earlier artistic interpretations of American conflicts and considers how and why he chose specific wartime themes to present to the millions of readers of the Saturday Evening Post.
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Saturday, April 16, 2022 1:00pm
Portsmouth Public Library175 Parrot AvenuePortsmouth NH 03801
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