David Wright 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 beauties, who appeared in publications on both sides of the Atlantic, especially during WW2. This title presents a collection of his work.
Terry Parker is the author of "Golden Hours - The Paintings of Arthur J. Elsley 1860-1952." (Richard Dennis, 1998). He has dealt in pictures and prints for over twenty years, and writes catalogue notes for major auction houses and galleries in Britain and America (including Southebys, Christies, Bonhams, and the Richard Green Gallery).