When touring through the Rockwell artist studio at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge, Massachusetts my eye was drawn to this beautiful dresser on one wall. What an unusual thing to see in a studio. It had beautiful figured wood with bookmatched mahogany veneer. When I was over at the main museum building I saw why it was there:
Check out the piece of furniture behind this boy in this famous painting. Notice that the dresser here was painted as one drawer higher to fit the boy.