You can see some of Norman Rockwell's most prized work without leaving Spokane

SPOKANE, Wash. - Art from famed American artist Norman Rockwell has made its way to the Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture in Browne's Addition. 

The museum received 22 oil paintings, and all 323 vintage Saturday Evening Post magazine covers, which will be featured as part of the museum's Norman Rockwell’s America Exhibition.

Rockwell's works embody life during the 20th century and the lives of Americans during that time. This is the first solo effort of Rockwell’s paintings and magazine covers in the Inland Northwest. The collection spans over six decades, and is presented in chronological order.

Experience the exhibit starting Saturday. 

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