Bob Byerley has been called the "modern Norman Rockwell", and perhaps no painting he's ever done captures that better than this iconic image of a young doctor and nurse on a runaway go-cart "ambulance" called "Help on the Way". Byerley uses real children as his models, and actually builds many of the props out of pieces found in junk yards and antique stores. While the original signed and numbered lithograph has been sold out for decades, this high quality open edition reproduction on paper captures the essence of the iconic image at a much lower price.
By professionally adhering the paper image to a board backing and adding a light lacquer, we're able to frame Help on the Way without using glass, for a look that's much more like an original painting. We even add to the expensive, glare free effect with a one inch linen liner and a molded 4 inch wide frame that gives the appearance of expensive mahogany.
SIZE: W: 28" x H: 32"
Image size: 19" x 24"