The Norman conquest: Yes, Rockwell is here, but it's only one of five intersecting shows at NCMA | Visual Art | Indy Week

The Norman conquest: Yes, Rockwell is here, but it's only one of five intersecting shows at NCMA 

Plus: The Rockwell wars: Five decades of critical division

In order to enter the exhibition space of American Chronicles: The Art of Norman Rockwell at the North Carolina Museum of Art, you have to pass through a gallery with no pictures at all, a blank-slate antechamber whose walls are inscribed with…

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