Norman Rockwell, Saturday Evening Post cover August 30, 1952.
It would seem that painting thirty-two heads is far more work than one or two, but to Rockwell, whose forte was portraiture, telling a complete story using this method was far less work than a cover with a detailed background. The events of the girl's day were so typical to the American child that this cover could be appreciated by large numbers of viewers.
Single matted, powdered poplar frame. Hardware for hanging included. Matted and mounted in glass.
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