Triple Self-Portrait (Canvas)
One of Rockwell's later paintings, Triple Self Portrait, appeared on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post on February 13th, 1960. Rockwell's sense of humor shines through in this painting. The humor is found in the small details such as Rockwell painting himself with foggy gasses. Rockwell was asked why he did this, his reply was,so I couldnŽt actually see what I looked like a homely, lanky fellow and therefore, I could stretch the truth just a bit and paint myself looking more suave and debonair than I actually am.
- 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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