About the Artwork

In 1953, Norman Rockwell produced United Nations, a drawing in which he tried to convey "all the peoples of the world gathered together." He depicted this massing of people behind members of the United Nations Security Council, whose deliberations, he noted would "mean peace or war, the change to live their lives in happiness or in misery." Rockwell felt that the picture was ultimately unsuccessful in delivering his intended message. However, in 1960, he referred back to the drawing and used it as his basis for Golden Rule.

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Norman Rockwell Museum Custom Prints is your exclusive source for custom reproductions authorized and available for purchase directly from the Norman Rockwell Museum. All items that are offered are produced using gallery-quality materials and the color is managed in a manner that produces a reproduction as true to the original as modern technology will allow.


Many of the works offered through this store are exclusive and not available anywhere else. We offer all 321 of the iconic works Rockwell created as Saturday Evening Post covers, including many other classic illustrations from his archive.


You have found the work that speaks to you. Now what? Using our innovative custom framing tool, you can preview exactly what your finished and framed art will look like. We offer many different moulding styles so there is sure to be a match for any type of decor.