Norman Rockwell’s Freedom from Want Available as Signed and Numbered Lithograph

The Art Attraction offers a mint condition, never framed, original signed and numbered lithograph of Norman Rockwell’s Freedom from Want substantially below retail value.

Prescott, Arizona- November 6, 2012– The Art Attraction, which provides quality and affordable art and framing to the hospitality industry, announced an exclusive offer to obtain Norman Rockwell’s Freedom from Want at an unmatched price far below retail value. This difficult to find and historic piece of art is available in perfect condition, just in time for Thanksgiving. The Art Attraction offers Norman Rockwell’s Freedom from Want as a never framed, mint condition, original signed and numbered lithograph. This iconic piece of art sells at retail value for $15,000, but The Art Attraction’s selling price is only $8,750.

Norman Rockwell is well known for his iconic Four FreedomsFreedom from Fear, Freedom from Want, Freedom of Worship and Freedom of Speech. These four pieces were inspired by the Four Freedoms State of the Union Address presented by Franklin D. Roosevelt on January 6, 1941.

Of the four pieces, one of the most well known and difficult to find is Freedom from Want, which was originally published in the March 6, 1943 issue of The Saturday Evening Post. During the height of Norman Rockwell’s fame, Freedom from Want was also included on the cover of Rockwell’s 1946 book, Norman Rockwell, Illustrator.

Freedom from Want is one of the most seen pieces of art and has become a nostalgic symbol of the American Thanksgiving holiday as it depicts an elderly couple serving a Thanksgiving turkey to a happy and eager family. This piece promotes the importance of togetherness, traditional values and is dominated by regionalism and idealism.

The unity portray in Freedom from Want is a classic image of the Thanksgiving holiday that has never been recreated by any other artist. The Art Attraction offers this iconic and historic piece of art in mint condition, never framed and original signed and numbered 29” x 35” lithograph. By purchasing through The Art Attraction, you’ll save at least $6,000 off the retail value.

For more information about Norman Rockwell’s Freedom from Want or to purchase this piece of art, visit www.theartattraction.com

More about The Art Attraction

The Art Attraction provides quality and affordable art, framing and decorative mirrors to hotels, hospitals, casinos, restaurants, executive suites, common areas and the hospitality industry at unmatched prices. The Art Attraction can provide any art or framing by any provider, while producing substantial savings that won’t alter the quality. To learn more, visit www.theartattraction.com

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The Art Attraction

Gary Benjamin

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Gary@theartattraction.com

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*Thanksgiving Special* Featured Art—Norman Rockwell’s Freedom from Want

Norman Rockwell’s iconic Four Freedoms (Freedom from Fear, Freedom from Want, Freedom of Worship and Freedom of Speech) were inspired by the Four Freedoms State of the Union Address given by Franklin D. Roosevelt on January 6, 1941. One of Norman Rockwell’s most well-known and hard to find pieces is Freedom from Want, which was published on the March 6, 1943 issue of The Saturday Evening Post. The famous painting was also included on the cover of Rockwell’s 1946 book Norman Rockwell, Illustrator, written during the height of Rockwell’s fame, as he was then known as America’s most popular illustrator.

Of Norman Rockwell’s Four Freedoms, Freedom from Want is the most seen pieces of art—often featured in art books and has become a nostalgic symbol of the American Thanksgiving holiday. The painting depicts an elderly couple serving a Thanksgiving turkey to a happy and eagerly awaiting family. The iconic Freedom from Want painting promotes the importance of family togetherness and traditional values. Norman Rockwell’s image is dominated by regionalism and idealism.

Norman Rockwell sums up the message of Freedom from Want saying, “I paint life as I would like it to be.”

The unity portrayed in Freedom from Want is what makes the painting a classic image for the Thanksgiving holiday, and despite efforts to recreate the image and the message the painting displays, no other artist has accomplished what Rockwell accomplished with Freedom from Want.

This important and difficult to find piece is available through The Art Attraction as a never framed, mint condition original signed and number lithograph.

Size: 29 x 35

Retail Value: $15,000                                 

The Art Attraction’s Price: $8,750

It’s very difficult to find this piece of art in this perfect of condition!

If you’re interested in owning this difficult to find and iconic piece of art just in time for Thanksgiving, contact Gary Benjamin today—he’ll be happy to help you.

 

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