Norman Rockwell

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Sets out to assess the achievements of the USA's most popular artist, Norman Rockwell (1894-1978), placing his work in the context of American life. Marling discusses Rockwell's discovery of narrative power; his anxiety over his artistic identity; and his ambition to change the world.
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Grouped Work ID d7b80a72-729a-7160-e007-fd52f147972e
Grouping Title norman rockwell
Grouping Author marling karal ann
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author Marling, Karal Ann.
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record_details ils:a125601|Book|Books||English|Harry N. Abrams, Inc.,|1997.|p. cm.
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subject_facet Civil rights in art, Rockwell, Norman, -- 1894-1978 -- Criticism and interpretation, United States -- In art
title_display Norman Rockwell
title_full Norman Rockwell / Karal Ann Marling
title_short Norman Rockwell
topic_facet Civil rights in art, Criticism and interpretation, Rockwell, Norman