Vintage Douglass Crockwell Tin
Douglass Crockwell had a knack for getting the kind of assignments that were Norman Rockwellesque. His name was even similar to Rockwell's; too much, Crockwell thought, so he'd sign his name to hide the rhyming similarity: "Douglas," "DC," or simply "D." Crockwell had his own style, however, and his incredible realism and facility with subjects ranging from war to illness to family reunions made him one of the most popular artists of the 1940s and 50s.
This tin features "Tiny Tim". A few scratches in the center and on the bottom of the tin. 7 1/2" Diameter x 3" H.