February 3, 1894 – November 8, 1978
New Kids in the Neighborhood, 1967
Norman Rockwell, American artist whose paintings depict segregation, patriotism, freedom of speech and religion. Rockwell was described as sickly, skinny, underweight, bad at math, probably dyslexic, and wore corrective shoes. He painted more than 4,000 paintings in his lifetime, more than 300 of them appearing on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post.