Varga Pin Up gatefold "Song for a lonely girl"

Varga Pin Up gatefold "Song for a lonely girl"

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Gatefold of the Esquire magazine of July 1944. This is one of the classic Girl in bathing suit Varga drawings of 1944. Alberto Vargas followed up George Petty as the Pin Up artist with Esquire magazine in 1941. His 'Varga-girls' soon became famous and his work was inspirational for nose-art on many planes. Varga created a series of Pin Ups which were presented in the magazine as 'Gatefolds' (fold out posters). Stunning artwork that was most popular among GI's! Verse by Phil Stack. Size is approximately 45 x 35.5 centimeters. The backside has a superb Glider painting! Each side will look awesome framed.

Very good condition.

€ 59.95

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