Car Art, Inc.
Click to see a larger view
The Swimming Hole (Traveling Salesman)
Additional Views:   enlarged   artist:   Norman ROCKWELL
Year
:
1937
Make
:
Plymouth
Model
:
DeLuxe Six
Media Size Framed Edition Price  
The Swimming Hole (Traveling Salesman)
The Saturday Evening Post -- August 11, 1945

Peace and contentment -- that's the expression on this fellow's face. He's taking a break -- his samples are waiting in the car, his clothes are hung on the side of the culvert and his shoes and cigar are on the bank. It looks like he planned this little stop, because there's also a towel lying on the bank. Since his underwear is seen hanging with his clothes, the old boy must be skinny-dipping.


Norman ROCKWELL Gallery
"Want to Know Why I Use It?" (Auto Repairman)
The Open Road (Excuse My Dust)
Speed (Speeding Along)
Rumble Seat (Speed Demons)
The Flirts
The Swimming Hole (Traveling Salesman)
Fixing a Flat
The Outing (Going and Coming)
Breaking Home Ties (Father and Son)

MasterCard VISA
Q: Peter Aylett at 949-443-0500 or info@carart.us YouTube Share shopping cart Visa MasterCard PayPal accepted at sales@carart.us
All logos and trademarks are the property of their respective owners  —  
 CAR ART, INC.
  —  Copyright ©2002—2016 • All Rights Reserved • Privacy Policy