“Stained Glass, 1960”

by: Norman Rockwell Collection


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Officially Licensed by the Norman Rockwell Family Agency

“Stained Glass”

Sculpture inspired by the painting of America’s most iconic artist, Norman Rockwell 27”H x 22”W x 12”D, A magnificent Bronze Sculpture with an authentic Stained-Glass Window recreated by the 130-year-old,
world renowned, Judson Studios. Having visited Westminster Abbey in London, Rockwell had witnessed a man on a scaffold attempting to repair one of the stained glass windows. He was immediately inspired to portray this scene. This was his 309th cover for The Saturday Evening Post on April 16, 1960 Rockwell decided to call upon some experts who could help. Rowan and Irene LeCompet had just finished designing a stained glass window for the National City Christian Church in Washington D.C. The stained-glass window itself can be seen in Washington D.C. but Rockwell’s rendition replaced the body of Christ with a large cross. The painting is now part of the collection at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA.

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Availability: LAST ONE! Call to Order (928) 282-1125
Medium: Bronze
Edition Type: Limited
Edition Size: 28
Dimensions: 26.75"H 22.25"W 12"D
Style: Realistic
Subject: People