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Norman Rockwell’s Home for the Holidays

November 27 2015 - January 17 2016

An exhibition organized by the Norman Rockwell Museum

“…children want to believe in Santa Claus just as fervently as we adults want to believe in peace on earth and goodwill toward men.” — Norman Rockwell

During his forty-seven year affiliation with The Saturday Evening Post, Norman Rockwell was celebrated for his special holiday cover illustrations, which were commissioned to mark a full spectrum of annual events for an enthusiastic public, from Thanksgiving, Christmas and The New Year to Valentine’s Day and April Fools’ Day.

This exhibition featuring original Saturday Evening Post magazine covers includes many of Norman Rockwell’s most memorable and enduring holiday images.

Roy Lichtenstein (American, 1923 - 1997) Untitled, from The New York Collection for Stockholm Portfolio, 1973 Screenprint on paper Gift of Mr. Steven M. Feinstein 1982.24.14

Cheekwood POP

November 27 2015 - January 31 2016

Author Deborah Solomon, in her 2013 biography of artist Norman Rockwell, stated “…the emergence of Pop Art and Photorealism in the ‘70s made possible a new surge of critical appreciation for Rockwell’s art.  Who knew that Andy Warhol bought two of his pictures and that Willem de Kooning professed admiration for his designs and textures?” 

In contrast to the traditional work featured in Norman Rockwell’s Home for the Holidays, concurrently on view in the Museum of Art, Cheekwood will present an exciting exhibition highlighting selected works of Pop Art from our permanent collection.  Cheekwood POP will showcase the bold colors, graphic visuals and big names associated with the Pop Art movement.  Artists included in this exhibition are Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Robert Rauschenberg, David Hockney, Robert Indiana, Claes Oldenburg and many more. 


September 22 2012 - ongoing

Operating Hours: 9:30 am - 4:30 pm (Weather-Dependant)
Train lovers, young conductors and engineers of all ages, let’s hear it for the Trains!  The exhibit features two amazing outdoor trains on three separate tracks, with so many wonderful details to explore, you’re sure to find something new every time you visit.
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