Painter and Sunday Evening Post illustrator known for his pictures of American family members life. His most well-known, politically themed functions included “Rosie the Riveter” and “THE ISSUE MOST OF US Live With.” He was asked at age group 18 to illustrate Carl H. Claudy’s function, “Inform Me Why: Tales about OUR MOTHER EARTH.” Early in his profession, he also started creating cover artwork for Males’ Existence, the Boy Scout publication. His 1st Boys’ Existence cover, “Scouts at Ship’s Steering wheel,” was released on the Sept 1913 release. His “Four Freedoms” series was influenced by Chief executive Franklin D. Roosevelt’s four concepts for universal privileges: Independence from Want, Independence of Speech, Independence of Worship, and Independence from Dread. He was granted the Presidential Medal of Independence in 1977. He wedded Irene O’Connor in 1916. She offered as his motivation for “Mom Tucking Kids into Bed,” which made an appearance around the Literary Break down cover from January 19, 1921. The few divorced 14 years later on. He wedded schoolteacher Mary Barstow, with whom he fathered three kids: Jarvis Waring, Thomas Rhodes, and Peter Barstow. He and Moby Dick writer Herman Melville had been both given birth to in NY.