Scottsdale gallery exhibits works by Norman Rockwell, Andrew Wyeth

"America Marches Ahead," by Norman Rockwell.

“America Marches Ahead,” by Norman Rockwell.

American Fine Art in Scottsdale presents a collection by two of America’s most iconic and beloved artists, Norman Rockwell and Andrew Wyeth.

Andrew Wyeth and Norman Rockwell have helped to shape how Americans view themselves, their present, their history, and their aspirations. Arranged by artist, the exhibition will offer insights into the work of these giants of American art.

The exhibit opens Nov. 20 and will be on view through Dec. 31.

"Nicholas 10 Years Old," by Andrew Wyeth.

“Nicholas 10 Years Old,” by Andrew Wyeth.

“Reflections of America: Andrew Wyeth & Norman Rockwell” will illuminate such quintessentially American themes as: patriotism and the meaning of America; family; the significance of place; and the role of storytelling.

American patriotism is expressed in Rockwell’s America Marches Ahead and Andrew Wyeth’s Young America. The theme of family can be seen in Rockwell’s Freedom from Want and Saying Grace, as well as Wyeth’s portrait of his son.

These are just a few highlights from the collection the gallery has brought together in the exhibition.  Many of the works in the exhibit are available for purchase.

American Fine Art’s International Art Consultants are on hand to help collectors choose the piece that is best for their collection. The exhibit will include original drawings, collotypes, lithographs, and more.

American Fine Art is located on the southwest corner of Scottsdale Road and Main Street in the heart of Old Town Scottsdale,  at 3908 N. Scottsdale Road.  Visit

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