Norman Rockwell (1894-1978), the most famous of the Post's artists, began his association with the magazine in 1916. At the age of 22, he painted his first cover for The Saturday Evening Post. During his more than 50-year career with the Post, Norman Rockwell contributed over 300 paintings. Famous for such endearing illustrations as "The Four Freedoms", "The Runaway", "Marbles Champion", and "Triple Self Portrait", Norman Rockwell is still commonly revered as the best-known and most universally loved American artist.
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