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  • Ron Lawson

    Abraham Lincoln by Norman Rockwell - I can picture Anthony doing this with his latest Redwall book!

  • Marie Cuevas

    *Museum buys Rockwell’s Abe Lincoln painting - Tucson Citizen Morgue, Part 1 (2006-2009):The painting was commissioned in 1962 + completed in 1965 for an advertisement by the Lincoln First Federal Savings + Loan of Spokane, Washington. In the painting of a young Lincoln as a land surveyor, he carries an ax through a field, while immersed in a book he's carrying in his other hand. A split-rail is in the background.

  • D Fitzscott

    Abraham Lincoln by Norman Rockwell | Butler Institute of American Art

  • Meg W

    Abraham Lincoln by Norman Rockwell- my favorite historical figure painted by one of my favorite artists

  • Lee Ekstrom

    Honest Abe with his #axe: frostinhisbones: Norman Rockwell. Art of #manlihood

  • **AmY SoHnS**

    "Lincoln The Rail Splitter" ~ Painted By Norman Rockwell In 1965

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