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Lot #600
DepartmentPrints
Low Estimate$4,000.00
High Estimate$6,000.00
Last UpdatedOctober 10, 2019

Description

NORMAN ROCKWELL
Massachusetts, 1894-1978

Set of eight Tom Sawyer lithographs. Includes Whitewashing Fence", "Dead Cat", "Dog and Beetle", "First Smoke", "Sneaking Out", "The Caning", "The Cave" and "The Medicine". According to the Norman Rockwell Museum these were created for Mark Twain's 1936 edition of The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. They were produced by Circle Gallery in 1971 with 295 impressions, with 200 numbered, 60 artist's proofs, and 35 marked with Roman numerals. This set is numbered 88/200 and pencil-signed by the artist.
On paper, 22" x 17". Framed 29" x 24"."

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