During World War II, millions of American women left their traditional roles as housewives and entered the war industries as manual laborers and managers. But in the post‑war years, “Rosie the Riveter” returned to the kitchen as the men returned home and reclaimed their power and position in labor. Women's access to work positions traditionally dominated by men was postponed. The television set propagates mass social images of the housewife and depicts a working woman being sucked into the T.V. image.
This is a Giclee print of an original drawings for the Great wall of LA.