Norman Rockwell 2007 Calendar

The Saturday Evening Post

Publisher: Pomegranate Communications

Written in English
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Open LibraryOL8052784M
ISBN 100764934872
ISBN 109780764934872

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Rockwell began his illustrious career with immediate success when he painted Christmas cards, for his first ACQUISITIONS Gift of Susan Freund Borden. Rudolf Christian Freund (). Twenty original artworks, various mediums. Gift of Roz Chast. A Room of One’s Own, Illustration for The New Yorker, March - Explore Beth Stagdon's board "Mini Magazines Saturday Evening Post", followed by people on Pinterest.

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