This framed reproduction of Norman Rockwell’s painting The Statue of Liberty was created in 1946. Rockwell was famous for his paintings and illustrations depicting American culture. This painting originally appeared on the Fourth of July cover of the Saturday Evening Post in 1946. Rockwell painted an angle that cannot be seen by any tourist on the ground. He gives us a bird’s eye-view of Lady Liberty and succeeds in creating a sense of awe and dizzying height.
Framed pictures can be shipped only to U.S. street addresses.