In the painting, “Girl With Black Eye” by Norman Rockwell, it is clear that the artist was trying to show that the girl was in a fight. The first way this is shown is that the girl is injured, she has a black eye and a band-aid. This shows that she could have been in a very physical fight, where she would have gotten injured. Second, the girl has very rough clothes, an untucked and messed up shirt with a rolled up sleeve. Lastly it seems as if the mother is in the principal's office, with a shocked look on her face. This evidence confirms that the artist's intent was to show that the girl was in a fight.
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