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Norman Rockwell Museum Digital Collections

Norman Rockwell Museum's collections of original artworks, archival objects, and the artist's catalogue raisonné are available in digital format for purposes of private study, scholarship, research, and public enjoyment. This image and data library is a multimedia tool that enables keyword and advanced searches of the Museum’s extensive digital collections.

Featured collections include:

  • Norman Rockwell's catalogue raisonné, including approximately 4,400 of the artist’s known drawings and paintings.
  • The entire contents of Norman Rockwell’s last working studio.
  • More than 20,000 photographs, selected correspondence, and illustrated print material from the Norman Rockwell Archives.
  • Art and ephemera relating to the work of other noted American illustrators represented within the collection.

The collections records featured here are a part of the Museum’s ProjectNORMAN initiative, a multi-year digitization effort which you can read about here. Entries represent just a portion of the Museum's complete holdings, so please visit often as new objects and updates are added continuously.

Your generous support will help us further the Museum’s goals to digitize additional aspects of the Norman Rockwell Archives, and the vast illustration art collection for the enjoyment and study of the worldwide community.

The Norman Rockwell Museum would like to thank the many supporters and sponsors of ProjectNORMAN, including:
National Historical Publications and Records Commission; Institute of Museum and Library Services; Save America’s Treasures; National Endowment for the Arts; National Endowment for the Humanities; Henry Luce Foundation; Town of Stockbridge Community Preservation Committee; and numerous private corporate and family foundations.

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Highlights from the Norman Rockwell Painting Collection Highlights from the Norman Rockwell Painting Collection
The Museum is home to the world's largest collection of art by Norman Rockwell, including well-known images such as Triple Self-Portrait, and The Problem We All Live With.
The Golden Rule The Golden Rule
In Rockwell's painting, The Golden Rule, people of different religions and ethnicities served as the backdrop for the inscription, "Do Unto Others as You Would Have Them Do Unto You."
Going and Coming Going and Coming
Shedding light on Norman Rockwell's process, these objects include photographic references, archival documents, and preliminary art related to the 1947 Saturday Evening Post cover.
The Gossips The Gossips
A sequential story between Norman Rockwell and his Vermont neighbors, The Gossips was his most popular Post cover in thirty-three years.
Norman Rockwell and Baseball Norman Rockwell and Baseball
Featured here are Norman Rockwell's studies and photos for The Dugout, The Rookie, Four Sporting Boys: Baseball, and other baseball-themed illustrations.
To Rockwell, With Love To Rockwell, With Love
This sampling of fan letters taken from the Norman Rockwell Museum Archives offers diverse and engaging perspectives on Rockwell’s covers for The Saturday Evening Post.
Selections from the Illustration Collection Selections from the Illustration Collection
Featured here are highlights from the Museum's growing collection of American illustration art, with works by artists other than Norman Rockwell.