Rockwell, Roosevelt & The Four Freedoms
Norman Rockwell Museum
Located in Stockbridge, Massachusetts, the museum, built just yards away from Norman Rockwell’s studio (located in a house that was moved to this location in 1986), is dedicated to education and art appreciation inspired by the legacy of Norman Rockwell. The Museum holds the world’s largest and most significant collection of art an archival materials relating to Rockwell’s and work.
Every year, The Caen Mémorial museum produces and displays two to three temporary exhibitions on subjects that complement its permanent exhibition on World War II and the Cold War by contributing cultural, research-related, or educational expertise. “Rockwell, Roosevelt, and the Four Freedoms” will be the first exhibition of paintings of this scope in thirty years.
Leadership support for “Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms” is provided by:
Jay Alix, the Alix Foundation, and the George Lucas Family Foundation.
National Presenting Sponsor is:
Major support provided by:
An anonymous foundation, Michael Bakwin, Helen Bing, Elephant Rock Foundation, Ford Foundation, Heritage Auctions, Annie and Ned Lamont, Lawrence and Marilyn Matteson, National Endowment for the Arts, and Ted Slavin.
Additional Support provided by:
Anthony and Susan Consigli ; Ralph and Audrey Friedner ; Louise Holland ; Our GoFundMe Supporters.
The Saturday Evening Post and the Norman Rockwell Family Agency.