This MasterPieces Norman Rockwell - Saturday Evening Post 19.25" x 26.75" 1000pc Puzzle is sure to become a family favorite. Norman Rockwell began his career in 1916 with The Saturday Evening Post. His heartwarming and humorous illustrations of everyday American life appeared on the cover of the magazine for more than 50 years and contributed over 300 paintings. This scene of a family road trip features one large, extended family packed into a station wagon, depicted heading both there and back. This vintage Norman Rockwell Saturday Evening Post image is sure to have everyone reminiscing about the good old days. To reduce its impact on our environment, the chipboard used in this puzzle is made of recycled material.
Themes: Nostalgic & Retro
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Although it's 1000pc, it feels like 500 because of being two halves. Good print, pieces fit well.
Norman Rockwell Art is always fun to see develop. This one was particularly challenging because of the similar hues of blue and green. It took me longer than usual but not frustrating.
Love the color contrast and vibrant glow it gives off
We had most of the Norman Rockwell puzzles growing up over 60 years ago. I don't remember if they were 1000 pieces back then, but we had moved many times and let them go in the process, so finding them again here at Puzzle Warehouse has been a treasure recovered. Since our grandchildren, and great-grandchildren, visit us from far away this picture of a "road trip" is perfect fodder for us. Good times! A master portrait artist! We remember Mr. Rockwell as a "living artist" of our time.
I enjoy Norman Rockwell art so this was a no brainier to get. Such fun.
Puzzle pieces were so small a couple broke apart. Box was so small puzzle pieces barely fit in. I’m all for conserving product but this was a little too much.
I love Norman Rockwell...and this puzzle is delightful!
Not as difficult as some, but we like Norman Rockwell, so it was a worthwhile purchase!
I just recieved this Norman Rockwell Puzzle, so I haven't worked it yet. I'm excited to put it together it looks fun.