If ever a region could be called “Rockwell Country,” it would be southwest Vermont and the Berkshires of Massachusetts.
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Norman Rockwell’s iconic Four Freedoms illustrations are going on six-city tour in a first-ever comprehensive exhibition titled “Enduring Ideals: Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms.”
If only this well-traveled pair could talk! If they could, we’re sure these two vintage traveling trunks would have so many stories to tell.
The spirit of the past lingers at The Red Lion Inn.
Norman Rockwell Museum director and CEO Laurie Norton Moffatt on the enduring ideals behind Rockwell's "Four Freedoms"
Compiled by Jennifer Huberdeau Norman Rockwell’s first Saturday Evening Post cover was published on May 20, 1916. The illustration, “Boy with Baby Carriage,” was one of two paintings Rockwell brought to unscheduled visit the Post’s Philadelphia office in early 1916. The Post bought the two paintings for $75 each. During his 47-year relationship with the… Continue reading Rockwell Trivia
Across the Berkshires, historic homes are emerging from hibernation.
On Jan. 6, 1941, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt addressed the 77th Congress in what he called an “unprecedented” moment in U.S. history. In his State of the Union address, Roosevelt set out to prepare America for the inevitable: war. Roosevelt’s challenge was monumental: He rallied Americans to eschew isolationism and rise to protect republics around… Continue reading Editor’s Note
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