Loading Spinner

Norman Rockwell Figurines

Norman Rockwell is one of the most recognized and respected 20th-century American artists. Today, ceramic Norman Rockwell figurines featuring his famed cover illustration figures garner increasingly higher prices in part because they serve as a reminder of just how well Rockwell captured the American experience.

Rockwell's career as a painter and illustrator took off in the early 1910s, but it was not until 1916, when Rockwell enjoyed his first "Post" cover illustration, that Rockwell became a household name. As his success continued to climb, Rockwell's covers became coveted, with some of his more popular imagery, like his "Four Freedoms" series, celebrated in a limited edition print run following their debut.

By the end of the 20th century, Norman Rockwell souvenirs expanded, with ceramic figurines of his featured characters growing in popularity. This tradition continues today, with Norman Rockwell figurines by David Grossman still in production.

Quick Facts

  • Norman Rockwell created some of the 20th century's most iconic personae, from the original "Rosie the Riveter" to "The Problem We All Live With," based on six year old civil rights pioneer Ruby Bridges
  • While Rockwell figurines are still relatively affordable, his paintings are setting records: "Saying Grace," which was featured as a "Post" cover in 1951, sold in 2013 for $46,000,000
  • Rockwell's acclaim lives on in the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts. Established in 1969, the museum sponsors local and traveling exhibitions

There are currently no items in Norman Rockwell Figurines. Please click another category to see additional items.