Outward Bound 17 x 19 Framed Offset Print with Free Gift

Outward Bound 17 x 19 Framed Offset Print with Free Gift

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For a limited time, all framed offset print orders include a free copy of our 53 page updated and expanded Norman Rockwell Museum Catalog, a $12.95 value!

Norman Rockwell, Outward Bound (The Stay at Homes/Looking Out to Sea) Story illustration for Ladies Home Journal, October 1927.

Over a forty-nine-year period beginning in 1924, Norman Rockwell contributed thirty seven illustrations to Ladies’ Home Journal. Some accompanied fictional stories, and others such as this, told their own story published with the title only. The motif of children and the elderly was common throughout Rockwell’s career. In the summer of 1912, Rockwell spent three months studying painting with Charles Hawthorne in Provinctown, Massachusettes. Hawthorne had studied plein air painting (painting out-of-doors) with William Merritt Chase. In Rockwell’s painterly treatment of the roofs, waves, trees, grass and man’s trousers, we see the influence of Chase’s impressionistic style.

Pre-framed and ready to ship direct from Norman Rockwell Museum! Double matted in poplar wood frame on glass. Hardware for hanging included. Framed offset prints are a great value!

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For a limited time, all framed offset print orders include a free copy of our 53 page updated and expanded Norman Rockwell Museum Catalog, a $12.95 value!

Norman Rockwell, Outward Bound (The Stay at Homes/Looking Out to Sea) Story illustration for Ladies Home Journal, October 1927.

Over a forty-nine-year period beginning in 1924, Norman Rockwell contributed thirty seven illustrations to Ladies’ Home Journal. Some accompanied fictional stories, and others such as this, told their own story published with the title only. The motif of children and the elderly was common throughout Rockwell’s career. In the summer of 1912, Rockwell spent three months studying painting with Charles Hawthorne in Provinctown, Massachusettes. Hawthorne had studied plein air painting (painting out-of-doors) with William Merritt Chase. In Rockwell’s painterly treatment of the roofs, waves, trees, grass and man’s trousers, we see the influence of Chase’s impressionistic style.

Pre-framed and ready to ship direct from Norman Rockwell Museum! Double matted in poplar wood frame on glass. Hardware for hanging included. Framed offset prints are a great value!

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