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Encore Portfolio of 17 Limited Edition Prints

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Encore Edition portfolio collection of seventeen Norman Rockwell limited edition lithograph prints with matching numbers (32/200) authorized signature and trademark initials embossed in gold. The corporate logo of Eleanor Ettinger Inc. is embossed in silver and in addition, each print bears three additional distinctive marking of authenticity. Hand proofed, printed and completed in July of 1977 at Atelier Ettinger Inc. Prints measure between 21" x 27" inches to 28" x 33" inches.

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Titles include Young Doctor, Bauer and Black advertisement, 1926; Spring Love, Brown & Bigelow Four Seasons Calendar, 1963; Summer's Start, Brown & Bigelow Four Seasons Calendar, 1963; Autumn Harvest, Brown & Bigelow Four Seasons Calendar, 1963; Winter Morning, Brown & Bigelow Four Seasons Calendar, 1963; Lickin' Good Bath, Brown & Bigelow Four Seasons Calendar, 1953, Tiny Tim, Saturday Evening Post cover, Dec 15, 1934; Marbles Champion, Saturday Evening Post cover, September 2, 1939; Breaking Home Ties, Saturday Evening Post cover, September 25, 1954; Hollywood, Saturday Evening Post cover, March 7, 1936; Before the Dance, Saturday Evening Post cover, March 19, 1949; The Optometrist, Saturday Evening Post cover, May 19, 1956; Dancing Partners, Saturday Evening Post cover, Dec 08, 1928; The Dugout, Saturday Evening Post cover September 4, 1948; The Sign Painter, Saturday Evening Post cover, Feb 09, 1935; Blank Canvas, Saturday Evening Post cover, October 8, 1938; The Artist's Daughter, The Literary Digest, September 23 1922.

The publisher, Eleanor Ettinger Inc., worked in conjunction with Norman Rockwell since 1975 and in total they hand produced 77 original lithographs of his work. All the original lithographs they produced including the Encore Edition were done at the same atelier using the exact same process.

While the process to create the original lithographs was the same, the outcome was different for these 16 pieces that later became known as the Encore Edition. For the first 60 images produced, Rockwell was able to hand sign these pieces but a fall in 1977 left him unable to pencil sign these final editions that he so wanted his collectors to enjoy.

To compensate and provide unquestionable intent and authenticity he not only had his publisher provide the same paperwork as the pencil singed editions but also included extra marking of authenticity and a notarized letter.

As with previously released editions, the Ettinger published original lithographs were produced in an edition of 200 signed and numbered images, with 60 artist proofs. There are 25 deluxe artist proofs on Japon paper. In addition 35 impressions, designated with Roman numerals, were given to the Norman Rockwell estate.

Purchases of this limited edition Norman Rockwell portfolio is accompanied by an authenticity certificate. Purchases come with a museum family membership, along with care and handling instructions for the print. Payments may be made through our interest free 10 month layaway plan. All artist proof purchases contribute directly to the museum endowment. Please ask for more assistance.

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