Norman Rockwell (1894-1978)

Girl Running With Wet Canvas

Colour Lithograph

Edition AP

58 x 44.4 cm

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About the work

Norman Rockwell created covers for the Saturday Evening Post from 1916 until well into the 1970's. This paralleled the constant progression of women's rights, and Rockwell's work illustrated the shifting presence of women in US society. On April 12th 1930, "Girl Running With Wet Canvas" was posted out to homes across America. Rockwell's illustration was a huge deviation from the accepted representation of women at that time. The young girl is mid stride, with art supplies almost spilling from her hands. She is looking straight ahead with a determined and steadfast look on her face; not focused on the viewer or her own dishevelled appearance, simply what is ahead of her.

Signature: Signed in pencil on the bottom right of the image, AP on bottom left.

Medium: Colour Lithograph

Framed: Yes

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Girl Running With Wet Canvas

Norman Rockwell (1894-1978)

Girl Running With Wet Canvas

58 x 44.4cm

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