Problem We All Live With 20 x 14.5 Framed Offset Print with Free Gift

Problem We All Live With 20 x 14.5 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's The Problem We All Live With, Look magazine, January 14, 1964.

Rockwell's first assignment for Look magazine was an illustration of six-year-old African-American schoolgirl Ruby Bridges escorted by four U.S. marshals to her first day at an all-white school in New Orleans. Ordered to proceed with school desegregation after the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education ruling, Louisiana lagged behind until pressure from Federal Judge Skelly Wright forced the school board to begin desegregation on November 14, 1960. Today, the painting remains one of Rockwell's most enduringly poignant images of American culture.

Double matted in poplar wood frame on glass. Hardware for hanging included.

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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's The Problem We All Live With, Look magazine, January 14, 1964.

Rockwell's first assignment for Look magazine was an illustration of six-year-old African-American schoolgirl Ruby Bridges escorted by four U.S. marshals to her first day at an all-white school in New Orleans. Ordered to proceed with school desegregation after the 1954 Brown v. Board of Education ruling, Louisiana lagged behind until pressure from Federal Judge Skelly Wright forced the school board to begin desegregation on November 14, 1960. Today, the painting remains one of Rockwell's most enduringly poignant images of American culture.

Double matted in poplar wood frame on glass. Hardware for hanging included.

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