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"Painting the Little House 2011" by Norman Rockwell - New Listing $1,800
Painting the Little House 2011 Limited Edition Print by Norman Rockwell
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Norman Rockwell

"Painting the Little House 2011"

2011
  • Limited Edition Print : Seriolithograph in Color on Archival Paper

    Size : 18.5x15.9 in  |  47x40 cm
    Framed : 33x29 in  |  84x74 cm
    Edition : From the Edition of 450

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Plate Signed : Lower Right
Condition : Excellent
Framed with Glass : Wood
Purchased from : Gallery 2016
Story / Additional Info : This seriolithograth is one of four seriolithographs included in ”The Classic” suite. This work originated as a cover for the Saturday Evening Post, December 1921. It was also used in an ad campaign by ”Save The Surface Paint Company,” in a “best title” contest, 1921.The Saturday Evening Post was published weekly in the United States from August 4, 1821 to February 8, 1969 and monthly afterward. Curtis Publishing Co., its publisher for most of that period, claimed the magazine was founded by Benjamin Franklin. The Post had fallen on hard times by the late Nineteenth Century. The new editor of the Post at that time, George Horace Lorimer, rebuilt the Saturday Evening Post into the premier magazine of its time. Rockwell and Lorimer became close friends over the years. “Mr. Lorimer,” as Norman Rockwell called him, took the Post “from a two bit family journal with a circulation in the hundreds to an influential mass magazine with a circulation in the millions.” To many, The Saturday Evening Post and Norman Rockwell were synonymous. Rockwell debuted in 1916 and painted his final cover for the magazine in 1963. In total, he painted an astonishing 321 Post covers over 47 years.
Certificate of Authenticity : Park West
LID : 142746
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.

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