Wednesday, October 14, 2009


This is Rockwell's studio. It was the last of 20 that he had in his life. It was originally located in the town of Stockbridge. Towards the end of his life, Rockwell donated the studio to the museum. It was cut in two and moved, on two flatbed trucks, to the grounds of the museum.

1 comment:

tlc illustration said...

I don't think it was this studio - but my sister and now-husband got married in a little church by one of his studios (that has been converted to a kind of B&B - we slept there the night before their wedding. Had long, huge, north-facing windows like this one). There were prints of his art hanging all over, and some photos of him painting there. It was a lovely, lovely little place.