A warm and indelible portrait of one of America's most beloved artists with insightful commentary by art experts and historians that enhances one's appreciation of Rockwell's deceptively simple work. We also get a privileged look inside Rockwell's studio for a glimpse into how he created his masterworks. Rockwell's paintings captured the way we were and how we should be.
A chronicle of the clash between two film-making legends when they tried to work together in the 1940s. Rebecca, starring Laurence Olivier and Joan Fontaine and pictured here, was one of the films directed by Alfred Hitchcock and produced by David O. Selznick.
The politics and writings of the noted 20th century woman.
A profile of an author as mysterious as some of his well-known detective stories.
The boundaries broken by the innovative experimental artist Robert Rauschenberg.
An in-depth look at the famous art and caricatures of Al Hirschfeld.