Original MARGARET BRUNDAGE Pulp Cover Art for Golden Fleece June 1939 20 x 16
Pastel on paper, signed lower right. The piece measures 20 x 16, framed to an overall size of 27 x 23 inches. From the June 1939 issue of Golden Fleece. Featuring "Guardian Devil" by Johnston McCulley, Don O'Dowd plunges into moonlight madness in Old Santa Fe, Illustrated by M. Widely regarded as the first female cover artist of the pulp era, Margaret Brundage was best known for the 67 illustrations that spiced up the covers of the legendary pulp magazine Weird Tales.
Brundage's iconic art frequently depicted scantily clad women in an array of salacious scenarios. Brundage's preferred medium of pastel lent a softness to the composition of her work which only intensified the subversive nature of its subject matter. The item "Original MARGARET BRUNDAGE Pulp Cover Art for Golden Fleece June 1939 20 x 16" is in sale since Thursday, May 18, 2017. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Comics\Original Comic Art\Paintings". The seller is "pulp2515" and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.This item can be shipped worldwide.