To be a woman means to be a teacher of many things and to many people.   Norman Rockwell painting

"School Teacher" (Happy Birthday, Miss Jones; Teacher's Surprise) by Norman Rockwell, Saturday Evening Post, March 1956

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"At the Optometrist" or "Eye Doctor" Saturday Evening Post Cover, May - Norman Rockwell - Posters, Affiches d'Art

One of my favorite Rockwells. Spring Flowers by Norman Rockwell

A rare "still life," Norman Rockwell's Spring Flowers was originally a 1969 illustration for McCall’s. The artist was commissioned to paint a series of pictures of seasonal flowers, but he only completed the first.

This is how girls dressed for school every day in the early/mid-60's. That dress on the left looks so familiar!

Norman Rockwell's Timeless Paintings (21 total)

Norman Rockwell, Checkup, Little Girl Loses a Tooth, Vintage Art Print, Saturday Evening Post Cover

This was the first of two Norman Rockwell Thanksgiving illustrations to appear on the cover of The Literary Digest, November 22, 1919

This was the first of two Norman Rockwell Thanksgiving illustrations to appear on the cover of The Literary Digest, November 1919 / BIBLE IN MY LANGUAGE

Diary - Norman Rockwell [My first diary and best Christmas present I ever got was a Norman Rockwell diary. This picture was on the cover. It had virtually all of Rockwell's girl-centered art throughout, threaded by a beautiful poem. Magical.]

Diary - Norman Rockwell [My first diary and best Christmas present I ever got was a Norman Rockwell diary. This picture was on the cover. It had virtually all of Rockwell& girl-centered art throughout, threaded by a beautiful poem.

love Norman Rockwell- here's the one I remember most...ha  seems like it was in all the doctors offices..when I was a kid....ha sb

Doctor's Office - Norman Rockwell, 1958 The young boy is a local boy from Stockbridge, Mass.

"Setting One's Sights" or "Ship Ahoy", August 19,1922 Norman Rockwell

"Setting One's Sights" or "Ship Ahoy", August 19,1922

1922 August 19 Sailor boy looking thru telescope - Artist Norman Rockwell - Saturday Evening Post

Ironic Illustrations of Norman Rockwell

Ironic Illustrations of Norman Rockwell

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Cover of the Saturday Evening Post, November 1941 by Richard C. Miller depictis a young girl at the diner table peeking with appetite at a Thanksgiving turkey while doing her prayer.

Original Antique Norman Rockwell Saturday Evening Post Cover: This is my all time favorite Normal Rockwell. It reminds me of the importance of taking chances.

Girl With Black Eye - Norman Rockwell This used to be outside the principal's office in elementary school.

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