Artist Girl - Pin Up Girls Greeting Card

$6.00 USD
SKU: 16445B

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Enjoy the colorful creativity of this delightful pin-up girl illustration by Enoch Bolles! With her vibrant palette of rainbow paints, she originally graced the November 1933 cover of Film Fun magazine with the caption “Looking for a model young man.” Let this enchanting artwork add a splash of whimsy to your recipient's day!
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Enoch Bolles (1883–1976) was a prolific American pin-up artist widely recognized for his glamorous illustrations. While primarily known for his pin-up work, he also contributed to various advertising campaigns. His notable creations include the iconic "Windy Girl" for Zippo lighters, first produced in 1937. Born in Florida, he began his career with illustrations for humor magazines like Judge and Puck. He gained prominence as the exclusive cover artist for the pulp magazine Film Fun, producing over 200 covers until its closure in 1943. Bolles' captivating depictions of American beauties in imaginative costumes left an indelible mark on pin-up art, remaining popular today!

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Enoch Bolles

Product Specs

A6 (4.5" X 6.25") with Envelope