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The 'Saturday Evening Post' was an American magazine famous for capturing the hearts and imagination of millions of American for many decades. Many of the magazine's covers are still beloved works of American art, perfectly showing every day scenes of American life, with the most famous being those created by Norman Rockwell whose humour and love for his people shines through to this day. Now you can share the imagery and vision of that great American artist!
In this 1956 The Saturday Evening Post Christmas cover, Rockwell shows young boy having just discovered a Santa’s outfit in the lower drawer of his father’s bureau. That look of surprise and disillusionment is magnificent indeed. What is most interesting about this picture is not only the beautiful look of surprise on the boy’s face, but the way Rockwell was able to capture on canvas the burl-like wood effect of the bureau behind the boy. Note also that Rockwell could have made life simple for himself by closing the bedroom door. Instead he chose to leave that door open so that one might look out into the hallway and into the room across the way.
Note: Actual color may differ due to monitor settings.
Weight : 5.3oz
Fabric : Cotton 100%
male model is 182cm (5'11') wearing size L
female model is 172cm (5'7') wearing size SS
※1～2 cm irregularities may occur in the sizes above.
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