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Many reproductions of Norman Rockwell works. I did not see anything original. The previous owner was I'm for the weekend. Very knowledgeable and just a nice adult gentlemen. Most places that do Rockwell are similar. Low pressure here and reasonable prices.
We were on a tour bus & this was one of our stops. It was pretty interesting to learn about his life. The museum was worth the stop and the grounds were very pretty especially this time of the year. We took alot of good...More
As a person who grew up in the 40s, 50s and 60's, Norman Rockwell was an artist who made a huge impression. It almost seemed like every week his art work appeared on the cover of the Saturday Evening Post. I have always admired how...More
If you are going to be close to the area, this is a cute place to stop. I wouldn't drive a long distance. The young lady who worked in the shop was absolutely adorable with her enthusiasm and helpfulness. The maple syrup is wonderful, and...More
As part of Sugar Shack it is a nice surprise to learn of Norman Rockwells connection to the local area. Copies of his art work and stories of the locals who served as models are on display and make this stop a wonderful pleasure.
I saw covers that I had never seen before--favorites were the three different April Fools covers==what a great sense of humor he showed in those! This small space takes advantage of every inch whether you are looking at all the pictures or other items that...More