Norman Rockwell (1894-1978) came into his own just as mass-circulation
national magazines were creating a huge new market for artists. His work grew
in breadth and character as he refined his storytelling art, enticing tens of
thousands of readers into his wry, quaint, or hilarious compositions. By
mid-century, Rockwell had attained the stature of an American institution,
thanks to his inimitable Saturday Evening Post covers. Today his
illustrations are recognized around the world as an abiding record of a
vanished time, place, and state of mind.
This mousepad measure 7 3/4 x 9 1/4 inches and is
manufactured with a washable finish. Its texture is mouse-friendly and it
allows for high-quality reproductions.
about the artist.
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