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  • Norman Rockwell Paintings Auctioned

    An extraordinary selection of seven paintings by Norman Rockwell from the family of Kenneth J. Stuart, Sr. - the artist's longtime friend and art editor at "The Saturday Evening Post" - all sold for a stunning total of $59,663,000 at Sotheby's New York, Dec. 4, 2013. The group was led by Rockwell's masterpiece "Saying Grace," which set a new auction record for an American painting at $46,085,000.
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  • Norman Rockwell Paintings Auctioned

    Other highlights of the Stuart Family Collection included "The Gossips," which fetched $8,453,000.
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  • Norman Rockwell Paintings Auctioned

    "Walking to Church, 1953," brought in $3,245,000 at the auction.
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  • Norman Rockwell Paintings Auctioned

    "Color Study for 'Breaking Home Ties', 1954."
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  • Norman Rockwell Paintings Auctioned

    "The Day I Painted Ike, 1952."
    Norman Rockwell/Courtesy Sotheby's New York
  • Norman Rockwell Paintings Auctioned

    "Color Study for 'Girl at Mirror', 1954."
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  • Norman Rockwell Paintings Auctioned

    "Color Study for 'Norman Rockwell Visits a Country School', 1946."
    Norman Rockwell/Courtesy Sotheby's New York
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