The Artist’s Daughter (Little Girl with Palette at Easel), 1919. Norman Rockwell (American, 1894-1978). Oil on canvas.
Produced for the cover of the September 23, 1922, issue of The Literary Digest. The Artist’s Daughter is seated at his easel, while she carefully studies her doll that is serving as her model for the portrait. Having pitched the canvas forward so that it is just barely in reach of her paintbrush, the amateur artist begins to craft her masterpiece.
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