Rosie Riveter by Annex Women Making Bombs World War II Photo Art PrintAnnex
In this iconic historical image, two women are making bombs in a munitions factory. During the period between the Second and First World War, women were expected to be homemakers, housewives and were confined to more "feminine" jobs such as nursing. However, the war was a pivotal moment in the women's workplace. With so many men deployed, women were desperately needed to fill in their jobs. A few of the jobs that women began working in included factories construction aircraft parts, bombs, driving tanks and building shops.
Title: Rosie Riveter
Fine art print on heavy weight, 100 lb semi-gloss cover stock. Each print measures 12 inches x 18 inches (30.5 cm x 45.5 cm). Print is individually wrapped and stamped on back. Authorized dealer of Annex Art Company's fine products.