The Saturday Evening Post March 5 1932 Lithograph
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:: Awesome vintage 1970's lithograph of The Saturday Evening Post cover dated March 5, 1932. Medium gauge paper with slight gloss. Illustration on cover features seamstress and reluctant old man trying on what appears to be an evening gown in a bright rose shad. Timeless and classic appeal with great humor. The artwork was created by J.C. Leyendecker, who like Rockwell created over three hundred covers for The Saturday Evening Post. Rockwell held extraordinarily high esteem for Leyendecker, where Rockwell is cited on SaturdayEveningPost.com in his writing: 'I began working for The Saturday Evening Post in 1916... and Leyendecker was my God.' Copyright and likely made around, 1972. Additional printing reads Beginning Fighting for fun - By Eddie Eagan. Curtis Publish Co / Published By Donald Art Co. Inc., NY Condition: Good condition, signs of handling, creases and corners not perfectly sharp. Full size measures 10.5" x 14.5" and cropped, the dimensions would be slightly smaller.
Item ID: 01425
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