Norman Rockwell Draws a Crowd

by Matthew Innis |

.In a recent article in Britain’s The Independent, critic Adrian Hamilton reluctantly agreed with his counterpart at The New Yorker, Peter Schjeldahl, who in 1999 said, “(Norman) Rockwell is terrific.”  Loathe to too strongly praise the American artist, however, Hamilton followed his compliment with the rejoinder that “‘Terrific’ isn’t the same thing as good.”  Hamilton’s…

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