With a style that is immediately recognizable, Norman Rockwell was America's foremost illustrator throughout the 20th century, working for the Saturday Evening Post for over forty years, and then for Look magazine. Located in Rockwell's longtime home of Stockbridge, Massachusetts, the Norman Rockwell Museum was founded in 1969 with the assistance of Norman Rockwell and his wife, Molly Rockwell. The museum itself includes over 500 works by Rockwell, along with the Rockwell Archives, which contain over 100,000 items. The Web site provides basic information about visiting the museum and its collections, along with a nice selection of pictures by Rockwell. Visitors to the site will want to take a look at the Eye Opener section of the site, as it features some of his most famous works, including The Gossips, Family Doctor, The Four Freedoms, and The Problem We All Live With.