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Parker, Al

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Price: $ 3,250.00

Description: Woman receiving beauty treatment.

Comment: Parker is often mostly readily associated with the bold design and constant innovation that took it's strongest hold through the 1950's and 1960's. With its very modern look and large areas of white (though this particular effect is lessened by the type as shown in the magazine reproduction) this shows that Parker the innovator did not suddenly spring fully formed onto the illustration scene.

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Artist Al Parker (1906-1985)
Caption "What makes a 'glamour girl'? How is an awkward, inexperienced schoolgirl transformed into a sophisticated, 1939 vision of charm?... Here is a new serial that takes you behind the scenes of Manhattan's marriage market, with a heroine who wanted something that was better than counterfeit love.”
Condition Very good, though could stand a light cleaning. Not framed.
Medium Oil on board
Publication Information Story illustration for “If Love I Must” by Katharine Newlin Burt. Published in Ladies Home Journal of July, 1939.
Signature signed lower right.
Size 29 x 21”

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