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"Art Critic" by Norman Rockwell in 3D

"Art Critic" by Norman Rockwell in 3D

To view this image in 3D use red/cyan anaglyph glasses. Anaglyph glasses are not included. The maximum size of this image for sale is 16" X 20".


Saturday Evening Post Cover: April 16, 1955

Size of Original: 36.26” W X 39.5” H

Location of Original: Norman Rockwell Museum of Stockbridge

This illustration is typical of the humorous touches that Rockwell often liked to incorporate in his paintings.

The youth is modeled after his son Jarvis while the woman is his wife Mary.

According to Jarvis, Norman Rockwell indicated that the sexual angle of a young man looking at the woman’s bosom was important to the paintings theme.


A nice touch of humor is from the men in the other “Dutch Masters” painting looking at the scene with shock and dismay.



Rockwell himself never had any fawning over paintings such as the Mona Lisa but envied those others that could.