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The Magic Foot-ball, 'I thought you were wrong,' he said in triumph. 'You said it was nine! Stupid!'

Norman Rockwell1914

Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA

Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, MA
Stockbridge, MA, United States

'I thought you were wrong,' he said in triumph. 'You said it was nine! Stupid!' was one of five illustrations Norman Rockwell painted for the 1914 St. Nicholas' magazine story "The Magic Foot-ball." Norman Rockwell Museums owns one other oil on canvas painting from the series.

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Details

  • Title: The Magic Foot-ball, 'I thought you were wrong,' he said in triumph. 'You said it was nine! Stupid!'
  • Date Created: 1914
  • Physical Dimensions: w736.6 x h482.6 mm (Without frame)
  • Illustrator: Norman Rockwell
  • Credit Line: 'I thought you were wrong,' he said in triumph. 'You said it was nine! Stupid.!', 1914, Norman Rockwell (1894-1978) Oil on canvas for “The Magic Foot-ball: A Fairy Tale of To-day” by Ralph Henry Barbour in St. Nicholas (December 1914): 131. 19.75 x 29.75" Norman Rockwell Art Collection Trust
  • Type: Painting
  • Rights: Norman Rockwell Art Collection Trust
  • Medium: Oil on canvas

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