Medium: Mixed media collage/assemblage with resin
Size: 47”h x34.5”w x 3”d
As the longest serving First Lady of the United States, Eleanor Roosevelt used her position to call media attention to her many causes. She served as the first chair of the United Nations commission on human rights and oversaw the creation of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
The many treasures comprising this piece include a collection of Franklin Mint UN children. Vintage female figurines represent her contributions to women’s rights. Her love and compassion for nature and conservation are represented by the squirrel and deer figurine. Look for Fala the famous presidential dog, a coalminer’s bucket, FDR WW2 commemorative plate with tanks and parachutes in the details.
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