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Travel Bug Dog Tag Art-Rockwell-On My Honor TB

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Sunday, 02 February 2014
Texas, United States
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In the hands of daisuke_aurora.

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About This Item


This is one of a series of travel bugs made to recognize paintings or illustrations seen, and admired by the bug owner. A digital copy of this work was downloaded from the internet. It was reduced in size and proportions cropped to accommodate the laminating materials available to the owner. Regrettably these processes diminish the effort of the artist. The text below is a mixture of my own observations and material gleaned from the internet.              

My grandparents had a subscription to the Saturday Evening Post until it ceased publication in 1969. When I visited them I would gather up the back issues to read the jokes. After a while I began to notice the covers. Norman Rockwell may well have been the first artist whose work I could recognize on sight. Many critics in his lifetime sniffed at the idea that an illustrator could be considered an artist. But time has been kind to him. If art is done to elicit an emotional response, then Rockwell was an artist. Never mind that the emotion was often humor or American ideals and never mind that it didn’t it require a scholar to tell you how you were supposed to interpret it.

Rockwell had an abiding interest in Boy Scouts.  He did a number of covers for Boys Life, some I saw when I still had a subscription to the magazine.  For many years he also produced the calender illustrations for the Scouts.  This one, entitled On My Honor, appeared on the 1953 calendar. 

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Tracking History (3996mi) View Map

Retrieve It from a Cache 08/24/2015 daisuke_aurora retrieved it from Brownie Smile Cache Connecticut   Visit Log

Got it! Let's find it a home.

Dropped Off 08/15/2015 Gp30sieb placed it in Brownie Smile Cache Connecticut - 130.27 miles  Visit Log

Art-Rockwell-On My Honor TB drop off: GC1B90J

Write note 08/01/2015 Gp30sieb posted a note for it   Visit Log

Second time this has happened. I moved this TB last year about the same time. Same thing happened with another TB a few years ago.

Retrieve It from a Cache 08/01/2015 Gp30sieb retrieved it from T14's Music for Strangers New York   Visit Log

Will move along.

Dropped Off 04/30/2015 BcKp2016 placed it in T14's Music for Strangers New York - 19.99 miles  Visit Log
Retrieve It from a Cache 04/29/2015 BcKp2016 retrieved it from Below The Cross New York   Visit Log

will pass the tb along its in great shape and all the info is in there for got my trackable at home will be placing it in here next time going by

Discovered It 04/13/2015 Rett Dad discovered it   Visit Log

Left for someone else.

Dropped Off 04/09/2015 Lord Scoville placed it in Below The Cross New York - 14.69 miles  Visit Log
Visited 04/08/2015 Lord Scoville took it to The Old Mill New York - 3.92 miles  Visit Log
Visited 04/07/2015 Lord Scoville took it to Cartesian Cache #1 New York - 20.63 miles  Visit Log
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