Freedom From Want WWII USA Norman Rockwell
Original vintage World War Two propaganda poster: "Ours... to fight for Freedom from Want" issued by the Office of War Information and initially published in the Saturday Evening Post newspaper, one of a series of four oil paintings by the notable artist Norman Rockwell (1894-1978) entitled the Four Freedoms (Freedom of Speech, Freedom of Worship, Freedom from Want and Freedom from Fear), referring to the basic human rights outlined by President Roosevelt in his state of union address in January 1941. Great image of a happy family laughing and chatting around a table ready for their meal together, the grandmother bringing in a large turkey in front of the grandfather at the head of the table with a smiling man in the corner looking out to the viewer, the text above and below. Printed by the U.S. Government Printing Office. Excellent condition, restored folds, backed on linen.
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