In what museum can I find Norman Rockwell paintings?

Answer The Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, is home to the “largest and most significant collection of Rockwell’s work” in the world, according to the museum's website. The muse... Read More »

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How big are the original Norman Rockwell paintings?

Norman Rockwell's paintings varied in size. The painting "Jester" was 14.5 inches by 12 inches, while another, "The Candidates and their Wives" was 22 inches by 16 inches. There were many that were... Read More »

What type of paintings did Norman Rockwell paint?

Norman Rockwell was an American artist who is most famous for his paintings that depicted everyday American life. His most famous work included Mother Tucking Children into Bed, The Runaway and Ros... Read More »

How many paintings& drawings will you find in the Picasso museum?

According to the website Places in France, the Musée National Picasso in Paris contains about 200 drawings as well as more than 2,000 engravings, drawings, manuscripts and collages. The art is arr... Read More »

What medium did norman rockwell use?

Norman Rockwell worked mainly in Grumbacher's Oil Medium No. 2--which was primarily thinned with linseed and stand oil--or turpentine on canvas. He worked in charcoal, and he worked with a stick fo... Read More »