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The Problem We All Live With

Norman Rockwell
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A timeless and iconic work of art by Norman Rockwell that depicts Ruby Bridges being escorted to an all-white school in New Orleans by four U.S. Marshals after the school board was forced to desegregate in 1960 by Federal Judge Skelly Wright since they didn't comply and desegregate the school after the landmark Brown vs. Board of Education case in 1954. 

This piece was painted by Norman Rockwell for Look Magazine in 1964 and was his first assignment and illustration for the publication.

 

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Description

A timeless and iconic work of art by Norman Rockwell that depicts Ruby Bridges being escorted to an all-white school in New Orleans by four U.S. Marshals after the school board was forced to desegregate in 1960 by Federal Judge Skelly Wright since they didn't comply and desegregate the school after the landmark Brown vs. Board of Education case in 1954. 

This piece was painted by Norman Rockwell for Look Magazine in 1964 and was his first assignment and illustration for the publication.

 

Specs.
Collection Black History Art Collection
Edition Open Edition
Framed No
Height 24 Inches
Length 16 Inches
Medium Art Print
SKU noro100
Norman Rockwell
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