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Jules Erbit

Via: History of Art – Pin-up Art

http://www.all-art.org/pin-up_art1/23.htm

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Little is known about Jules Erbit, but this master of pastels was one of the most prolific pin-up artists from the 1930s into the 1950s. His lovely women grace calendars, posters and prints, published by C. Moss, Brown & Bigelow, and others.

Bathing-suit beauties are rare among the works of Erbit, who specialized in more sedate, but nonetheless sensual images. Erbit typifies the glamour approach a characteristic Erbit pin-up features a lovely woman in a gown leaning against the rail of a ship, or lounging in a garden. It’s a soft-focus, flowers-in-the-hair world.

http://wertham.webs.com/pinups/erbit.html

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September 10, 2011 - Posted by | Pin-up art | , , ,

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