Illustration of woman in a blue dress and white apron sitting down amidst various objects.
ROCKWELL SOCIETY "ROCKWELL'S REDISCOVERED WOMEN" 1981 "DREAMING IN THE ATTIC" BY NORMAN ROCKWELL © 1981 E. M. KNOWLES
"Dreaming in the Attic" is a painting by Norman Rockwell from 1923. In 1982, it was re-issued as part of a series of twelve painted plates titled, "Rediscovered Women." The collection of plates was crafted by Knowles China.
Norman Rockwell is a an important American cultural icon. He was an author, painter, and illustrator during the twentieth century. He is known for his illustrations for the cover of The Saturday Evening Post magazine, as well as his works Rosie the Riveter, Willie Gillis, and Four Freedoms.