This fine art collotype is hand signed and numbered in pencil. Purchases are accompanied with authenticity certificates and a museum membership. Numbered edition 38/200, this lithograph was printed in 1977 by Circle Galleries. Size is 24" x 30".
The Saturday People, a story illustration published in the October 1966 issue of McCall's magazine, tells the tale of a golden-haired thirteen year old named Leslie who thrives on the excitement of her mid-Manhattan world. Leslie, a keen observer of life, has an active imagination that sometimes enlarges upon reality, adding interest to day to day existence as famous and fantastic figures dance among her private thoughts.
Famous individuals move through Rockwell's image from left to right, while the not-so-famous (including the artist himself and his wife Molly in cameo appearance) walk from right to left.
The purchase of any limited edition Norman Rockwell print is accompanied by an Authenticity Certificate signed by our Museum Director, a complimentary one-year Museum family membership, and care and handling instructions for the print. Payment plans are available. All limited edition print purchases contribute directly to the Norman Rockwell Museum to preserve and present the art and legacy of Norman Rockwell. Please contact us for more information at 413.931.2237 or 800.742.9450. Or Email: MDuffy@nrm.org
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