DAVID WRIGHT Original 1940's PINUP by the famous English Pin Up Artist
Original 1940's PINUP by the famous English Pin Up Artist DAVID WRIGHT
Probably one of the only English Pinup artists in the 1940’s WWII era
Printed monogram bottom left - D.W.
The Title is- REVVING UP, printed under
Size – 13 1/4 x 9 1/4 inches.= 340 mm x 240 mm
From a Portfolio issued in the 1940’s by The Sketch Magazine
The back is blank it was made for framing
AN ORIGINAL PRINT FROM THE 1940’s NOT A COPY
David Wright (12 December 1912 – 25 May 1967) was a British illustrator who drew a series of "lovelies" that epitomised female glamour during World War II. he was one of the leading pin-up artists of the 20th Century. Unlike his American contemporaries Alberto Vargas and Gil Elvgren, the British-born Wright brought a sense of realism to his willowy However, it is his series of 169 illustrations for The Sketch magazine (from 1941 to 1951) that became most popular.
W: 24cm (9.4")H: 34cm (13.4")
Mid 20th Century
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