Norman Rockwell Saturday Evening Post
cover, Mar 31, 1945.
The second in a series of three April Fool's Day themed covers, this illustration is a visual puzzle of absurdities and deliberate mistakes. This scene is a classic example of Norman Rockwell's subtle wit and humor. Some curiosities are obvious enough, but others are well disguised and not apparent at first glance. High quality canvas giclee print on wood stretcher frame.
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