Norman Rockwell

         1894-1978 - An enormously popular illustrator, Norman Rockwell specialized in warm and humorous scenes of everyday small-town life. The cover of The Saturday Evening Post was his showcase for over forty years, giving him an audience larger than that of any other artist in history. Over the years he depicted there a unique collection of Americana, a series of vignettes of remarkable warmth and humor. In addition, he painted a great number of pictures for story illustrations, advertising campaigns, posters, calendars, and books. As his personal contribution during World War II, Rockwell painted the famous "Four Freedoms" posters, symbolizing for millions the war aims as described by President Franklin Roosevelt. One version of his "Freedom of Speech" painting is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art                       


"The Checkup"

Oil on Board 11 1/4  by 10 1/4 inches

  Study for the Saturday   Evening Post cover of September, 1957. Reproduced as #485a in "Norman Rockwell" A Definitive Catalog Vol. #1 by Laurie Norton Moffatt, The Norman Rockwell Museum at Stockbridge.Note: It is listed on Page 215 as Girl Missing Tooth, "The Checkup"




8 Piece "Tom Sawyer Suite"

 All pieces signed and   numbered

In Original Portfolio!!!! With Cover Page









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