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Rockwell, Norman

Rockwell, Norman

Rockwell, Norman, 1894-1978, American illustrator, b. New York City. An enormously popular illustrator, Rockwell specialized in warm and humorous scenes of everyday small-town life. Best known for his magazine covers, notably for the Saturday Evening Post, he developed a style of finely drawn realism with a wealth of anecdotal detail. Rockwell's poster series on the Four Freedoms was widely circulated during World War II. The artist lived the last 25 years of his life in Stockbridge, Mass., where a large museum devoted to his work opened in 1993.

See his autobiography (1960); biographical study by T. S. Buechner (1970); biography by L. Claridge (2001).

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  • Rockwell International, a former defense company in the United States, portions of which are now owned by ArvinMeritor, Boeing Integrated Defense Systems, and Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne
    • Rockwell Automation, an industrial automation company that descended from Rockwell International
    • Rockwell Collins, a communications and aviation electronics company that also descended from Rockwell International
    • Rockwell Semiconductor, a semiconductor company that also descended from Rockwell International, now known as Conexant

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