Limited Edition Print : Lithograph
Size : 26x21 in | 66x53 cm
Framed : 38x34 in | 97x86 cm
Edition : From the Edition of 200MOTIVATED SELLERREDUCED
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- Framed Lithograph $2,300
Estate SignedLower Right, Eleanor Ettinger Collection, Gold Embossed Signature
Framed with Glass
Purchased fromPrivate Collector 2018
Story / Additional InfoNorman Rockwell – The Optometrist Lithograph, Gold - Embossed Signature and Numbered in Pencil. Authorized signature and trademark initials embossed in gold. The corporate logo of Eleanor Ettinger Inc. is embossed in silver and in addition bears additional distinctive marking of authenticity. Hand proofed, printed and completed at Atelier Ettinger Inc. The publisher, Eleanor Ettinger Inc., worked in conjunction with Norman Rockwell since 1975 and produced 77 original lithographs. All the original lithographs they produced were done at the same atelier using the exact same process. For the first 60 images produced, Rockwell was able to hand sign these pieces but a fall in 1977 left him unable to pencil sign these final editions. To compensate and provide authenticity he not only had his publisher provide the same paperwork as the pencil singed editions but also included extra marking of authenticity.
Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage
Norman Rockwell - United States
Art Brokerage: Norman Rockwell American Artist: b. 1894-1978. An enormously popular illustrator, American artist Norman Rockwell specialized in warm and humorous scenes of everyday small-town life. The cover of The Saturday Evening Post was Norman Rockwell's 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, Norman Rockwell painted a great number of pictures for story illustrations, advertising campaigns, posters, collotypes, calendars, and books. As Rockwell's 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 Norman Rockwell's "Freedom of Speech" painting is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Art Brokerage is one of the main secondary sources for Norman Rockwell lithographs, colloytypes, drawings and original oils on canvas. Please email us any for original paintings for sale. Please read Vanity Fair article November 2009...several major shows are touring this year. Great. We are no longer accepting estate signed or plate signed Rockwells. The listings have been removed.We are looking for original oils.