Modelling for Jean-Gabriel Domergue
Christian Bérard sketching a model in the offices of Paris Vogue
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Andy Warhol and Paloma Picasso
Photo by Jean Paul Goude
Artist José Antonio Guillermo Divito at work
Arizona artist Duane Bryers died May 30 at age 100. He was the creator of the popular character Hilda, which he painted for Brown & Bigelow calendars for more than three decades. For more on Bryers, go here.
Thomas Jefferson Machamer began as a staff artist on the Kansas City Star in the early 1920s, and soon moved to New York, where he secured work with the New York Tribune. He made his name with his cartoons of pretty girls in Judge magazine in the late 1920s. In 1932, his strip, Gags & Galsdebuted in the New York Mirror. He continued to be active in both newspaper cartoons and magazine illustration throughout the 40s and 50s, and passed away in 1960.
by Lola Alvarez Bravo
Cleopatra (1939) by the American artist Rolf Armstrong (1889-1960).
Corinne Michael West (1908 - 1991) was an Abstract Expressionist woman painter. She was also a poet, actress and writer.
Portrait of Michael West (Corinne West), by Jon Boris - 1930