Over the course of a long career Norman Rockwell established himself as an iconic illustrator. Nowhere was his work better displayed than in the Saturday Evening Post, where he worked for over forty years. Today, over thirty years after Rockwell's passing, his images of everyday people engaging in common activities are as warm and inviting as ever.
Rockwell's influence has been felt in movies, illustration and many areas of popular culture. His paintings and illustrations have even inspired a line of fabrics. Freedom of Worship Panel is one fabric displaying Rockwell’s passion in the belief that each individual should have the right to practice his or her own belief system according to the dictates of their own conscious. Freedom of Worship is one of Norman’s illustrations that appeared in the Saturday Evening Post in 1943. The design stands 37.5” high and 30” wide, and is encased in brown textured 2” border.
Freedom of Worship Panel is a great fabric for a variety of uses. This novelty fabric can be used to make framed panels, quilts, and more.