Print Showing Norman Rockwell's "Henry Ford as a Boy"

Summary

As part of their seventy-fifth anniversary in 1978, Ford Motor Company commissioned a set of four posters representing the life of Henry Ford and the impact of the automobile. These scenes were originally created by Norman Rockwell as part of Ford's fiftieth anniversary celebration in 1953. In this image, the young Henry Ford shows a skeptical village blacksmith his concept for an automobile.

As part of their seventy-fifth anniversary in 1978, Ford Motor Company commissioned a set of four posters representing the life of Henry Ford and the impact of the automobile. These scenes were originally created by Norman Rockwell as part of Ford's fiftieth anniversary celebration in 1953. In this image, the young Henry Ford shows a skeptical village blacksmith his concept for an automobile.

Material

Paper (Fiber product)

Technique

Printing (Process)

Color

Multicolored

Dimensions

Height: 19.688 in

Width: 19.563 in

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