If you admire the work of Norman Rockwell, and millions do, as evidenced by spectacular new auction records over $22 million, but you can't afford that-----yet, would love to own something that Rockwell touched, then, consider this beautiful print, (**ONE OF TWO SIMILAR PRINTS I HAVE CURRENTLY IN MY SHOP**), the title being "Springtime in Stockbridge", measuring 16 1/2" by 32". The original was painted for LOOK magazine and this poster was issued in 1971 by Cowles Communications, Inc. Rockwell died in 1978 so sometime between 1971 and 1978, he signed this in felt tip marker, inscribing it at right in his typical manner "Norman Rockwell". I guarantee unconditionally that this is a genuine signature by the artist. The print is in good condition but there is some SUN FADING and very slight vertical rippling from perhaps having been stored in a damp room. The other example of this in my shop is signed "Sincerely, Norman Rockwell" and it does not exhibit the somewhat faded colors and signature as seen in this example. This was originally in an inexpensive 70s metal gold color frame but I removed it to examine it and because the glass was broken. The buyer can have the frame if so desired. Print could possibly be sent rolled carefully in a shipping tube. SEE HUNDREDS OF OTHER WORKS NOW IN MY RUBY LANE SHOP.
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