Norman Rockwell Quiz: American Painter

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Norman Rockwell Quiz: American Painter

Norman Percevel Rockwell, a painter and illustrator from the United States was born in 1894 and died in 1978. Because of their depiction of American culture, his works have a broad popular appeal in the United States. Over five decades, Rockwell is best known for his cover illustrations of ordinary life for The Saturday Evening Post magazine. He's also known for his 64-year association with the Boy Scouts of America (BSA), during which time he designed covers for its magazine Boys' Life, calendars, and other images. Take this quiz to test your knowledge about Norman Rockwell.

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What was the name of Norman Rockwell's 1960 autobiography?
Who inspired Norman Rockwell to paint his "Four Freedoms" series, published in 1943?
Norman Rockwell was commissioned to paint the portraits of several U.S. presidents. Which of the following was NOT one of them?
For what publication did Norman Rockwell illustrate from 1963 to 1973?
In what state will you find the Norman Rockwell Museum?
For what publication did Norman Rockwell provide original cover art work for 47 years?
When was Norman Rockwell born?
What was Rockwell's painting stolen in 1978 and recovered in 2001?
In 1913, Norman Rockwell became the art editor for what youth publication?
One of Norman Rockwell's most famous paintings was a self-portrait. The illustration is a portrait of himself looking into a mirror, painting his self-portrait. What is the name of it?