Norman Rockwell and the fashioning of American masculinity

Segal, Eric J.
December 1996
Art Bulletin;Dec96, Vol. 78 Issue 4, p633
Academic Journal
Focuses on masculinity in the art of Norman Rockwell. Absence from narratives of art history; Works in mass-circulation magazines; Career history of Rockwell; Invocation of basic human situations.


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