Soda Jerk (Canvas)
Norman Rockwell's painting, Soda Jerk, was Rockwell's 271st cover for the newspaper and the second painting out of five for the magazines cover in 1953. The artists three sons often posed for their father's paintings. In the Soda Jerk, Rockwell's youngest son played the chick magnet in the soda shop. The idea came from listening to his son talk about his job at the soda shop. Interestingly enough, the other models for the painting were his son's classmates.
- Fine art canvas print from the Marmont Hill Art Collective
- Professionally hand stretched
- Gallery wrapped in sustainable, non-warping wood
- Arrives ready to hang
- Made in the USA
- Includes a certificate of authenticity
- Norman Rockwell was one of America's leading artists. He chose to tell the story of the American dream, the detail of a simpler time, painted with warmth and humor. He tapped into the nostalgia of the American people with paintings that were often idyllic and expressed enthusiasm for the ordinary.
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