Norman Rockwell spent 60 years documenting everyday life in America through his illustrations, and while his best-known works are a bit apple sauce and white picket fence, he also recorded political events and the civil rights movement. Which you will see if you go to Dulwich Picture Library, for the first exhibition of his original works in this country. It will include all 322 covers of the Saturday Evening Post, created between 1916 and 1963, along with illustrations for advertisements, magazines and books – providing a comprehensive look at his career. Create your own moment of Americana here.

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