I have a digital imaged Rockwell I altered for my wife, as an anniversity present. It is a picture of a couple at the clerk of court getting their marriage license. I altered the dat on the calendar to say 11/1, which is our anniversary. We got married at the clerk because of our families rejecting our getting married. That was OK, though. It meant we could spend the money we would have on a reception, on our honeymoon. The couple in the piture looked enough like my wife and I that it was eeire. My wife even had a similar yellow dress on.
I wish I could find the original, as I would love to have it (I would not alter the date on the original).
That is a clever and touching use of the art of Norman Rockwell. I think he would have approved.
For the reference of other readers, the original piece is titled The Marriage License (see below) and is a magazine cover that Norman Rockwell did for the June 11, 1955 issue of the Saturday Evening Post.
It may interest you to know that the young couple who posed for Rockwell were engaged to be married.