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This paper contends that Norman Rockwell's work reveals both his ability as an artisan and his ability to limn the important cultural and social concerns of America during his lifetime. It explains that despite the author's views, art critics dismiss his work as being overly sentimental and overly determined. The paper examines the value of this work not as a form of art but rather as a cultural map of much of American 20th-century life.
From the Paper:"Norman Rockwell's work is dismissed by art critics and members of the high art world as being overly sentimental and overly determined. But a closer examination of his work reveals both his artisanship and his ability to ..."
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