Cover to cover: Norman Rockwell’s renowned Saturday Evening Post art showcased at Mystic Museum of Art
17 Jun 2022
Walking into the Mystic Museum of Art feels like traveling into the past.
Along the deep blue walls in the Davis Gallery are an array of images that capture this country during the early and mid-1900s with a gently humorous point of view and an appreciation for Americana.
A circa WWII solder, looking woozy with happiness, is waited on by two comely women, one wearing a USO armband.
A boy who could pass for Tom Sawyer is caught mid-cartwheel, his bare feet flung into the air. A woman dressed in a long white dress and straw hat plays croquet.