After the Prom Signed Print

After the Prom Signed Print

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After the Prom Post cover, May 25, 1957. Atelier Ettinger Inc. issued After the Prom, a twelve-color lithograph, in January 1977. Measuring 24 by 26 3/4 inches, the edition consists of 295 impressions on papier d'Arches. 200 were numbered and 60 artist proofs were singed in pencil by Norman Rockwell. An additional 35 prints, pencil signed and designated with roman numerals, were reserved for the artist, and 25 deluxe prints were printed on Inomachi Nacre (Japon) Paper.

This May 25, 1957 Post Cover succumbed to Rockwell's desire to caricature; "I call this my chinless picture," he said. He constructed the scene in his Main Street studio and then photographed models with fitting profiles.

As viewers "We are inside the store but not up at the counter - a part of the society but not part of the community-but the open picture plane still welcomes us...The clustered burst of white in the center of Rockwell's painting, created by the young woman's dress, the boy's jacket, and the soda jerk's hat and shirt, constitute our gardenia; we stand in the same relationship to that white blossom of tactile paint as the soda jerk does to the young woman's corsage." -Dave Hickey, from Norman Rockwell: Pictures for the American People, 1999

The purchase of any limited edition Norman Rockwell print is accompanied by an authenticity certificate signed by our museum director. Purchases come with museum membership and care and handling instructions for the print. Payments may be made through our interest free 10 month layaway plan. All artist proof purchases contrubute directly to the museum endowment. Please ask for more assistance.

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After the Prom Signed Print
After the Prom Post cover, May 25, 1957. Atelier Ettinger Inc. issued After the Prom, a twelve-color lithograph, in January 1977. Measuring 24 by 26 3/4 inches, the edition consists of 295 impressions on papier d'Arches. 200 were numbered and 60 artist proofs were singed in pencil by Norman Rockwell. An additional 35 prints, pencil signed and designated with roman numerals, were reserved for the artist, and 25 deluxe prints were printed on Inomachi Nacre (Japon) Paper.

This May 25, 1957 Post Cover succumbed to Rockwell's desire to caricature; "I call this my chinless picture," he said. He constructed the scene in his Main Street studio and then photographed models with fitting profiles.

As viewers "We are inside the store but not up at the counter - a part of the society but not part of the community-but the open picture plane still welcomes us...The clustered burst of white in the center of Rockwell's painting, created by the young woman's dress, the boy's jacket, and the soda jerk's hat and shirt, constitute our gardenia; we stand in the same relationship to that white blossom of tactile paint as the soda jerk does to the young woman's corsage." -Dave Hickey, from Norman Rockwell: Pictures for the American People, 1999

The purchase of any limited edition Norman Rockwell print is accompanied by an authenticity certificate signed by our museum director. Purchases come with museum membership and care and handling instructions for the print. Payments may be made through our interest free 10 month layaway plan. All artist proof purchases contrubute directly to the museum endowment. Please ask for more assistance.

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