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This seems to be an attempt to write her book for sexual exploitation and her interpretations so readers are used.
I really wanted to like this book but in the end it was just too hard to pick through the trash to find the few interesting tidbits that were buried there.
Art Historians by training who do biography seem inevitably to produce works far more dedicated to their own opinions rather than the subject of the book.
Yes I had a chance to visit Norman Rockwell's museum and now look forward to learning more about himPublished 17 days ago by Dorothy J. Longo
My advice is to skip any sentence in this book that contains the word "perhaps". If you do so you will learn a lot about Norman Rockwell and his times, AND you will avoid... Read morePublished 1 month ago by J. Patton
Not often do I give up on a book after six pages, but this deserved it. With great anticipation I opened this book about Norman Rockwell, whose work moves me to tears, tightens my... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Mom of Sons
Bought this for wife and she says it is so so, some things she did not know about Rockwell and some questions raised. He was talented but strange in some ways. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Robert Branch
Yeah.....too bad the author MADE IT UP! This book is nothing more than an attack on an American Art Giant. The author should be sued for libel.Published 2 months ago by James J. Linehan
This was a very interesting perspective on Norman Rockwell, not at all what I expected. However, the author's speculations about his sexuality were distracting and added nothing... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jean H. Lowe
I got this book as a gift. I thought it was wonderful. Smart and interesting from first page to last. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Léa Simon
what an absolute book of lies. This woman should be banned from writing. Do not waste your time. Tabloid newspapers are more accurate!Published 3 months ago by Joel