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I also wanted to have a woman clown. I was thinking a rag doll clown because little girls in the story would like that.

"Going Out", October 21,1933 Giclee Print by Norman Rockwell at AllPosters.com for Bathroom.

"Going Out", October 21,1933

Ironic Illustrations of Norman Rockwell

Ironic Illustrations of Norman Rockwell

'Family Home From Vacation'  :  by NORMAN ROCKWEL.

"Home from Vacation" Saturday Evening Post Cover, September Giclee Print by Norman Rockwell

"The beauty in Judith Braun’s work is that she uses her fingers to paint beautifully. I thought her symmetrical pieces are the most beautiful, and hardest to create. I can only imagine the self-restraint she had – if it were me I’d get all giddy (and a bit mad with anticipation) at the thought of having a tub of charcoal powder and a clean white wall at my disposal." - via Pikaland

Incredible finger drawings by Judith Braun. grade thumb print portraits on another level.Incredible finger drawings by Judith Braun.

ELEPHANT ART PRINT watercolor elephant abstract by SignedSweet

Do watercolor paintings with intense pops if color that don't go there. Watercolor elephant art print wildlife painting animal decor kids room art by SignedSweet on Etsy

Norman Rockwell: The Little Model (1919)

Norman Percevel Rockwell was a century American painter and illustrator. His works enjoy a broad popular appeal in the United States, where Rockwell is most famous for the cover illustrations of everyday life scenarios he created.

I do love the art of Norman Rockwell.  It always makes me feel warm and fuzzy, remember the past fondly, and adds a twist of loss as I long for times gone by.

I do love the art of Norman Rockwell. It always makes me feel warm and fuzzy, remember the past fondly, and adds a twist of loss as I long for times gone by.

Norman Rockwell, America’s premiere visual storyteller, depicted readers many times.

Crackers in Bed, 1921 © Norman ROCKWELL (Artist. USA, Boy reading in bed with a sleeve of soda crackers.

1943 - Rosie the Riveter - by Norman Rockwell

Rosie the Riveter by Norman Rockwell, (An American woman employed in the production of military hardware during WWII. My mother was a Rosie Riveter and worked at the Rock Island Arsenal producing munitions.) Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art.

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