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WILLIE GILLIS AT CHURCH

About the Artwork

Saturday Evening Post cover, May 03, 1941.

The young hat check girl could likely be an aspiring actress trying to make ends meet while waiting for a chance at stardom. With her arms full of coats, hats, and buttons, she is exhausted and bored, ignored by conventioneers who have rushed off to meetings. As a final small slight, Rockwell includes a smoldering cigar by her feet. In heels and with laden arms, she is too burdened to pick it up.

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