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. His April Fools' Day paintings, including this one, were always full of silly things and clever visual jokes. See how many you can find!
Hard rated due to the type of print but also a fun puzzle due to odd objects. This one am framing adding to my room I call the museum.