Originally created in 1960 by Norman Rockwell (1894-1978), this decorative print entitled TRIPLE SELF-PORTRAIT was reproduced by permission in 1979 in a commemorative book from which it was extracted. It is a high quality print in excellent condition, perfectly suitable for framing - a wonderful alternative to expensive originals and looks great when framed! It is NOT a modern reproduction of the book print/plate. The image measures 10" x 12.5" and the overall page size is 11" x 14". The backside of this print is blank. It is in excellent condition. This interesting print features the Norman Rockwell Painting for the February 13, 1960 edition of the Saturday Evening Post. This fascinating painting appeared on the cover of the Post issue that carried the first installment of Rockwell's memoirs. It was only to be expected that Rockwell would work an American eagle into the picture, but less predictable is the discovery that his favorite artists-represented by reproductions pinned to the canvas-would include Picasso and Van Gogh, along with Rembrandt and Durer. Curiously, the reflection from Rockwell's glasses make him seem sightless in the image we see in the mirror. The younger man sketched onto the canvas, by contrast, has eyes that are wide open and inquisitive.
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