Charming "The Old Corner House" sign original color serigraph signed on the plate 'nr', the initials of Norman Rockwell. Inscription of the front reads as follows:
The Old Corner House
Norman Rockwell Paintings
There also is the following handwritten text on the back of the frame:
The Old Corner House Sign
Designed and painted by Norman Rockwell, 1968.
Second edition of 1200 - January 1980.
Nine stencils, one for each color in the original art, were hand cut directly from the sign, then reduced to poster size and silkscreened.
The Old Corner House is an 18th century building located in Main Street, Stockbridge, Massachusetts. It was saved from demolition in 1968 by the Stockbridge Historical Society.
The Old Corner House was The Norman Rockwell Museum for 24 years, from 1969 to 1993.
In very good condition and nicely framed in understated black and protected with glare free glass. Unexamined outside of frame, photos taken through glass. Shipped fully insured with tracking number.
Measurements: Frame Size: 18 1/8" by 12 1/8" approximately.
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