Norman Rockwell, Freedom from Fear. 1943.
"The last of the four ideas to be done, Freedom from Fear was very close to how Rockwell thought it would look.  To get the details just right, he asked the local newspaper to make up a ‘prop’ edition with the bombing headline.  This scene, which the illustrator began as a magazine cover in 1940, shows a family in America while London was being bombed. Rockwell’s Vermont neighbors posed for this picture, and the ‘father’ above appears in all Four Freedoms paintings.” - Normal Rockwell Museum

Norman Rockwell, Freedom from Fear. 1943.

"The last of the four ideas to be done, Freedom from Fear was very close to how Rockwell thought it would look. ┬áTo get the details just right, he asked the local newspaper to make up a ‘prop’ edition with the bombing headline. ┬áThis scene, which the illustrator began as a magazine cover in 1940, shows a family in America while London was being bombed. Rockwell’s Vermont neighbors posed for this picture, and the ‘father’ above appears in all Four Freedoms paintings.” - Normal Rockwell Museum