About Norman Rockwell Museum Custom Prints
Our custom prints program is intended to make a wide range of Norman Rockwell's artwork available to the public as premium quality print reproductions. Our collaboration with technology and print specialists allows us a number of customer conveniences, such as being able to pick from a menu of options including print size, a choice of paper or canvas, and a range of framing styles. All the printing and optional framing is done in the USA with orders custom-produced and shipped for delivery within two weeks. Because everything is made to order, sales are final and non-returnable.
About the Products
GICLÉE PRINTS ON PAPER:

Printed with archival quality pigment inks on high-resolution, large format 12-color printers, the substrate is an acid-free and lignin-free 230gsm coated fine art paper. The bright white base color and smooth matte finish allows for the highest quality reproduction possible. When framed, a three inch double mat is also included with a 4-ply buffered matboard in a natural white color. Glazing is in high quality acrylic for safety in shipping.


GICLÉE PRINTS ON CANVAS:

All canvas prints are hand-stretched over wood stretcher bars and are ready to hang whether framed or unframed. The image occupies the entirety of the front plane of the stretched canvas with no cropping of the native proportions of the original artwork. When the canvas print is selected unframed, the stretcher has a deep 1 ½ inch profile with the side edges tinted black. If the canvas is selected framed these side edges are hidden. The base color of the canvas is bright white to ensure vibrancy and accuracy in the reproduction of colors. Printed with archival quality pigment inks on high-resolution, large format 12-color printers, the heavy, 350 gsm, acid-free, cotton canvas has a tight, natural weave. A semi-matte UV coating is applied after printing both for protection and to enhance the depth and richness of the image.
About Our Onsite Touchscreen Kiosk
Our online custom prints program is also available onsite at the Norman Rockwell Museum through a touch-screen kiosk located next to the museum store, where physical samples of the prints on paper, prints on canvas, and framing options are on display. The prices and shipping costs are the same, as is the range of mouldings offered.
About the Museum
Norman Rockwell Museum is dedicated to education and art appreciation inspired by the legacy of Norman Rockwell. The museum preserves, studies and communicates with a worldwide audience the life, art and spirit of Norman Rockwell and the field of illustration.

The museum is a gathering place for reflection, involvement, and discovery through the enjoyment of the artist’s work. Norman Rockwell’s unique contributions to art and society, popular culture and social commentary influence the museum’s programs and interpretations.