In 1963, Rockwell began to create paintings that allowed him to address more substantive matters. Responsible for helping to shape the perception of American society and culture in the 20th century, Rockwell could be considered a documentarian during the Civil Rights Movement. Now free to openly express his views on current events, Rockwell painted some of his most powerful works during a dangerous time when intimidation and murder were tools regularly used to suppress the basic rights of African-Americans. Alternate Titles: Negro In The Suburbs Or New Kids In The Neighborhood. Approved by the Norman Rockwell Family Agency<p>Bring museum quality art into your home or office decor with a canvas print that will never warp or sag. Each canvas print is 1.25” deep, with a hard, sealed finish back and pre-installed hanging hardware, so it’s designed to hang tough and is super easy to display. Add a frame to any canvas print for an eye-catching accent.</p>
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