Celebrating the Finest in Vintage Pin Up Art

Beautiful women had been portrayed in print media for years. These included the “Gibson Girls” of American painter Charles Dana Gibson (ca. 1887) and the posters, postcards, and magazine illustrations of Europeans Jules Cheret, Henri deToulouse-Lautrec, Alphonse Mucha, and Raphael Kirchner. In the 20th Century, the work of Howard Chandler Christy and Harrison Fisher evolved the Gibson Girls further, and in 1912 Paul Chabas painted the first scantily clad calendar-girl, “September Morn.”

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