To celebrate the opening of the blockbuster traveling exhibition, Rockwell, Roosevelt & the Four Freedoms, enjoy a special author event with Will Lach and former Rockwell model Mary Whalen Leonard this Memorial Day. When? Monday, May 28th from 1:00-3:00PM Where? New-York Historical Society: 170 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024 The event is all ages and free with museum admission.
Enjoy the conversation between Will LachVice President and Editorial Director of Abbeville Press, and Mary Whalen Leonard, Norman Rockwell’s favorite child model and the star of several important paintings at the Norman Rockwell Museum.
Nice overview from InsideHook by Hamilton Powell, CEO at Crown & Caliber, to create a brief but informative guide to the world’s most iconic watch brands.
Check out the story by Benjamin Cassidy (@bybencassidy ) in the Berkshire Eagle about how Norman Rockwell's Day in the Life books were developed.
THE TREES OF NORTH AMERICA was featured in a recent review in the NY Times. This book features, for the first time in one volume, the botanical engravings of André and François-André Michaux, along with other treasures held in the renowned collection of the New York Botanical Garden’s Mertz Library.
Some of Abbeville's bestselling titles are 25% off with free shipping now through December 25th.
Watch an interview with Chuck Marsh, the Norman Rockwell model from A Day in the Life of a Boy.
Great post from Gizmodo last week about what researchers found when they were inspecting Olive Trees which Vincent van Gogh painted in 1889.
Beth Moon’s fourteen-year quest to photograph ancient trees with their mysterious beauty perfected by age and the power was recently featured in the Indy100 from the Independent.