Norman Rockwell Profile/ Biography, DOB, Age, Height, Bio, Family, Wife, Net worth

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Norman Rockwell (The Deacon)

Last Updated: 12 Jul, 2022 | Views: 54

Age: 84

Profession: Painter

Other Profession(s): Artist, Photographer, Illustrator

Higher Education: National Academy of Design Art Students League

Birth Date, Sign & Religion Details

Date of Birth
03 Feb, 1894
Birth Country
United States
Birth State/Province
New York
Birth Place
New York City, U.S.
Birth Sign
Died on
08 Nov, 1978

About Norman Rockwell

About (Profile/Biography):

Norman Perceval Rockwell was a painter and illustrator from the United States. Because they capture the nation's spirit, his works are very beloved in the United States. Rockwell is most known for his realistic portrayals of ordinary life that he produced for The Saturday Evening Post magazine for nearly fifty years. Rosie the Riveter, The Willie Gillis series, Saying Grace, The Problem We All Live With, and the Four Freedoms series are a few of Rockwell's best-known creations. He is especially known for his 64-year collaboration with the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), during which he created calendars, graphics, and covers for their magazine Boys' Life.


In 1916: Rockwell painted The Saturday Evening Post's first successful cover.

In 1943: He painted the Four Freedoms series during World War II, finishing it in seven months and losing fifteen pounds in the process.

In 1949: Rockwell provided an original April Fool Post cover that would be raffled off to raise money for the library.

In 1966: Rockwell painted portraits of celebrities in Hollywood's Stagecoach, and was also cast as an extra in the film as a "mangy old gambler.".

In 1969: Rockwell painted the Glen Canyon Dam for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.

Achievements and Awards:

In 1958: The first inductee into the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame.

In 1969: Rockwell posed for Beyond the Easel as a tribute to the 75th anniversary of his birth, published as a calendar illustration by Brown & Bigelow.

In 1977: Rockwell received the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the highest civilian honor given by the United States of America.

Unknown Facts:

In his lifetime, Norman Rockwell was exceptionally engaged with the Boy Scouts of America, and the American scout association.

Norman Rockwell's reputation as a craftsman was not formed during his lifetime; rather, the term "Rockwellesque" was often used in a derogatory manner to refer to an arbutus style.


Physical Stats

In Centimeters 180 cm
In Meters 1.80 m
In Feet & Inches 6'
Weight (Approx.)
In Kilograms 64 kg
In Pounds 140 Ibs
Eye Color
Hair Colour

Family Details

Father's Name
Jarvis Waring Rockwell
Mother's Name
Anne Mary Rockwell
Molly Punderson, Mary Barstow , Irene O'Connor
Jarvis Waring Rockwell, Jr.
Thomas Rockwell, Peter Barstow, Jarvis Waring