Limited Edition Norman Rockwell: Scotty Doll - Merry Christmas Grandma!
This doll has been Handcrafted and Hand Painted to capture the exceptional detail of Norman Rockwell's original work. It is an original issue in A Norman Rockwell Christmas.
The first doll collection ever to earn the endorsement of The Norman Rockwell Family Trust. This edition is strictly limited through December 31, 1993. After that date, molds for this doll will be broken and no more will ever be cast.
•Merry Christmas Grandma Doll 12"H
•1992 Rhodes Studios Limited Edition
•Lasting Resin Compound And Stuff Cloth Body
•Neck Signed: RW2703A
•Eye Color: Blue
•Hair Color: Brown
•Clothing is Removable
•Red Zipper Snowsuit
•Brown Leatherette Buckle Hat
•Black Leatherette Zipper Boots
•Includes Literature and Certificate Of Authenticity
•Condition: Very Good (In Box)
About The Rockwell Artwork that inspired "Merry Christmas Grandma!"
The Original oil painting in which Scotty appears has been lost, but Rockwell's final image endures in copies of an advertisement for Plymouth automobiles which first appeared in the December 25, 1950 issue of Life Magazine. In addition, two preliminary artist's studies for the finished work still survive, both in private collections.
Although the model for the little boy at the center of the painting is not identified, he bears a strong resemblance to Scotty Ingram, one of Rockwell's favorite child models in the early and mid 1950s.
The skilled artisans of Rhodes Studios have taken this image and studied every small detail to bring you this "Merry Christmas, Grandma!" doll. We hope you will be delighted with its affinity to Norman Rockwell's original holiday masterwork.
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