Sandy Beach by Pearl Alice Frush
Sandy Beach by Pearl Alice Frush

Sandy Beach

Sandy Beach by American Painter Pearl Alice Frush Brudon (1907 – 1986); a successful female pinup girl illustrator of the early 20th century.

A beautiful young redhead on vacation, adjusts her short cropped hair as she enjoys herself on the sandy beach of a resort.

She is wearing a leopard pattern bikini and light brown stringed tied shows as she kneels down on the sand looking over her left shoulder and smiling to the viewer.

In the background we can see a large white beach umbrella with a red perimeter, and two beach chairs with matching patterns.

Behind the beach furniture are three palm trees and bushes and behind that a large hotel; we can also see the ocean breaking on the sand and a cloudy blue sky and ocean.

This is a remastered digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image that is available as a canvas print online.

The Below Information Is Derived From Wikipedia.org

Pearl Alice Frush was born in Sioux City, Woodbury, Iowa on 1907; when she was young her family moved to the Mississippi Gold Coast and began her artistic studies in New Orleans, Philadelphia and New York City and then at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago which is associated with the Art Institute of Chicago.

During the late 1930s and early 1940s Pearl did freelance advertising work in Chicago included Vogue-Wright Studios, Sundblom, Johnson & White, and Gerlach Barklow Co.

These companies published much of her successful pinup girl calendar art, including Liberty Belles, Girls of Glamour, and Glamour Round the Clock.

Pearl was one of three top female pinup glamour artist which included Joyce Ballantyne (1918 – 2006), and Zoë Mozert (1907 – 1993) that were highly successful in the pin-up girl illustration artwork that was dominated by Alberto Vargas (1896 – 1982), George Petty (1894 – 1975), Gil Elvgren (1914 – 1980), Bill Medcalf (1920 – 2005), Rolf Armstrong (1889 – 1960) and several others.

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