Presented by Kaylin Haverstock Weber, associate curator and Jeanie Kilroy Wilson Curator of American Painting and Sculpture

Norman Rockwell: American Freedom is the first comprehensive exhibition devoted to Norman Rockwell’s iconic depictions of the Four Freedoms outlined by Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Worship, Freedom from Fear, and Freedom from Want.

This talk provides an overview of the exhibition, exploring how Rockwell’s 1943 paintings became some of the most indelible images in the history of American art and inspired a contemporary response: the photographs in The Four Freedoms Reimagined, also on view.

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Admission is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Doors open 15 minutes prior to the lecture. As a courtesy to all guests, there is no late or saved seating. Five minutes before the lecture begins, empty seats are offered to waiting members.

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This exhibition has been organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts.

Lead foundation underwriting is provided by:
The Hamill Foundation

Additional generous funding for this exhibition is provided by:
M.D. Anderson Foundation
Melza and Ted Barr
Memorial Hermann
John L. Nau III
Susie and Mel Glasscock
Carla Knobloch
The Radoff Family
Ann G. Trammell
Kelley and Harper Trammell
Flo McGee

Media Sponsors:

and the
Norman Rockwell Family Agency