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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!
Norman Rockwell’s last of the “Four Freedoms” was painted during the bombing of London. In retrospect, the self-critical Rockwell suspected that the idea of the painting (that we can put our children to bed with a feeling of security, knowing they will not be killed in the night) was too smug. But few agreed with the artist’s tough assessment. This painting, like the other three in the series, gave a tremendous lift to American morale during a critical point in the war. It was Rockwell’s gift that he could translate into positive terms the very principles for which the war was being fought.[Bleached]
Note: Actual color may differ due to monitor settings.
Weight : 5.3oz
Fabric : Cotton 100%
male model is 186cm (6'1') wearing size L
female model is 173cm (5'8') wearing size SS
※1～2 cm irregularities may occur in the sizes above.
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