Norman Rockwell's charming still life, Spring Flowers, was published in McCall's in 1969. It was inspired by his third wife, Molly. By using her sun hat, garden gloves, sneakers, and the arrangement of flowers in the basket, Rockwell portrays Molly's presence without painting her directly. It is a portrait of a woman who stays in touch with nature through the medium of her garden.
Double matted in poplar wood frame on glass. Hardware for hanging included.
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