1940s Print Advertisement: Calendar Girls by Rolf Armstrong, Zoe Mozert, and Earl Moran

Five Images of "Calendar Girl" art, 1945

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By:  Rolf Armstrong, Zoe Mozert, Earl Moran

Date: 1945

Dimensions:  10.5 x 14 inches

This vibrant montage of beautiful Calendar Girls is created by three well-known artists, who specialize in girl painting. 

Rolf Armstrong was often referred to as "the father of the calendar girl". He used bold color choices and pastels, and is considered one of the all-time great pin-up artists. 

Earl Moran studied at the Art Institute in Chicago and also under the direction of John Stich, a German artist.  In 1946, he moved to Hollywood and painted celebrities, such as Marilyn Monroe and Betty Grable.

Zoe Mozert created many sensual and glamorous covers for pulp magazines in 1934. Later she illustrated advertisements for such products as Dr. Pepper, Kool Cigarettes, Raleigh Cigarettes, & Irresistible Beauty Aids.  Beneath each image is a brief description or comment.  

Condition:  In A condition, with minor tear in upper margin. Bold colors.

Inventory #70081

1932 S. Halsted St.  #200  Chicago, IL 60608 | (312) 496-3622

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