John Cosgrove, who held executive positions with Broadcasting magazine and later operated a public relations firm, and who was known to generations of Washington journalists as the grand old man of the National Press Club, died Oct. 15 at his home in the District. He was 98.
NEW YORK (AP) — Norman Rockwell’s painting of a small-town American newsroom has sold at auction for $11.5 million. Christie’s says “Norman Rockwell Visits a Country Editor” was purchased by an anonymous bidder on the phone. It’s the fourth-highest price for a work by Rockwell at auction. The proceeds will benefit the National Press Club […]
NEW YORK (AP) — Norman Rockwell’s painting of a small-town American newsroom is going on the auction block to benefit the National Press Club and its affiliate. “Norman Rockwell Visits a Country Editor” is being offered Nov. 19 in New York. Christie’s estimates it could sell for $10 million to $15 million. It’s benefiting the […]