Kissing Fish by Edward Runci
Kissing Fish by Edward Runci

Kissing Fish

Kissing Fish by Italian Born American Artist Edward Runci (1921 – 1986); Painter, Illustration, Advertising and Pinup Artist who would also sign his work as Maxine Stevens.

This is a fun elegant pinup girl art illustration of a young beautiful reddish-blonde redhead, that is wearing a deep red bear shoulder evening dress and a double gold bracelet on her right hand; that is kneeling on a white carpet.

Her dress that is high on her thighs, reveals her sheer black stockings and garter belts, while she smiles pleasantly at the viewer.

In front of her is a large drum fish bowl that contains two fish that appear to be kissing each other, with the one on the right eyeing the viewer as bubbles rise in the water as they kiss.

Th painting is signed in Edward Runci alias Maxine Stevens in the lower right hand corner

This is a retouched digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image.

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Edward Runci born in Genoas Italy is most widely known for his work as a pin-up artist. He moved from Italy to the United States with his family in 1930; and spent much of his adulthood in Los Angeles creating artwork of sexy women in revealing poses, as well as elegant clothing for calendar and advertising companies.

He also painted ordinary portraits, Native American portraits, portraits of celebrities, landscape paintings and religious paintings.

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