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Acrylic on canvas

Signature on the back

100 x 100 x 1.6 cm.

39.4 x 39.4 x 0.6 inch.



The Unstoppable Collection

A prominent American political figure and activist, she served as the longest serving first lady of the United States during Franklin D. Roosevelt's presidency.

She championed women's workplace roles, civil rights for African and Asian Americans, and advocated for World War II refugees.

Her activism continued for 17 years post her husband's demise.


Did you know?

The myth that has grown up around this physically unattractive First Lady owes as much to her dedication as it does to the skill with which she has built up her image as an exemplary wife. No president, however, has so radically departed from the role assigned to her. No one has mixed private and public life with such reckless boldness.

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