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Publication unknown Illustrated by Austin Briggs Year unknown Courtesy of Charlie Allen

Joyce Grosswiller | Flickr – Compartilhamento de fotos!

Gerry Fancett

You can tell this is a by-gone era, as they are smoking in the auditorium. The painting illustrated the story Greek Fire in John Bull magazine in November 1967.

Arthur Sarnoff (I wonder if the stinky smoke is getting in her face?)

Arthur Sarnoff

Coffee puts a smile on my face too. Only problem is that I have to get it for myself. Oh, for a beautiful lady like this one to share the moment with.

The vintage neighborhood barbecue 50s fashion style men women ladies color illustration print ad magazine pink dress full skirt lavender sweater white sundress wiggle sheath men's jacket shirt pant trouser

Roger Wilkerson, The Suburban Legend!

The vintage neighborhood barbecue 50s fashion style men women ladies color illustration print ad magazine pink dress full skirt lavender sweater white sundress wiggle sheath men's jacket shirt pant trouser

people in 1944 kissed like this over CHOCOLATES.  ah...it was a simpler time.

WWII Whitmans Chocolate Ad 1944

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"Back Home For Keeps"...the returning soldier was a popular theme in WWII era advertising ~ ad for Community Silverplate, 1943.

WWII Ad Back Home For keeps 1943

blog/ website Community Silver Advertisement 1943 for more Back Home for Keeps series www.retroarama.com

Tom Lovell | Western painter and illustrator | Tutt'Art@

Tom Lovell | Western painter and illustrator

Tom Lovell (1909-1997) was a founding member of the National Academy of Western Art. He received many honors for his illustrations and paintings. He was winner of the prestigious Prix de West award twice for his paintings. He was inducted into the Society of Illustrators in 1974. In 1992, Lovell received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Cowboy Hall of Fame and the Robert Lougheed Memorial Award for Traditional Painter of Western History.

Contemplation, circa 1950. Tempera and pencil on illustration board 15 x 11.25 in. by Jim Schaeffing (American, 20th Century)

Contemplation, circa 1950. Tempera and pencil on illustration board 15 x 11.25 in. by Jim Schaeffing (American, 20th Century)

Robert McGinnis vintage New Year's Eve party illustration

Robert McGinnis

I'd know her anywhere, even if she had the mask on. This beautiful lady was on the cover of the Mike Shayne mystery titled "In A Deadly Vein" (1962 edition).

Painting by Howell Dodd | He may be delayed in getting to wh… | Flickr

Painting by Howell Dodd

He may be delayed in getting to where he thought he was headed. The painting was on the cover of the paperback "Free and Easy" by Luther Gordon in 1951.

Howard Terpning

This married couple are having a pleasant evening and a toast is in order. Maybe they are celebrating an anniversary. In any case, they have their work cut out for them if they get those slabs of meat down. This painting appeared in a beer ad in October 1959.

Pruett Carter painting for the story "Fireworks For Michelle" in the Ladies Home Journal in 1953.

Pruett Carter

I think he surprised her, but she will probably respond by embracing him. This painting was with the story "Fireworks For Michelle" in the Ladies Home Journal in 1953.

Am I the only one who thinks she is sneaking a look at her watch? If so, this guy is wasting his time.

Jon Whitcomb

Am I the only one who thinks she is sneaking a look at her watch? If so, this guy is wasting his time.

'The Brighton Belle, The Bournemouth Belle', BR (SR)   1960s.Poster produced for British Railways (Southern Region) to promote travel on the Brighton and Bournemouth Belle. Illustrated with a couple getting off a train, the woman holding a bunch of flowers. Artwork by Laurence Fish.

'The Brighton Belle, The Bournemouth Belle', BR (SR) poster, c 1960s., Fish, Laurence

'The Brighton Belle, The Bournemouth Belle', BR (SR) 1960s.Poster produced for British Railways (Southern Region) to promote travel on the Brighton and Bournemouth Belle. Illustrated with a couple getting off a train, the woman holding a bunch of flowers. Artwork by Laurence Fish.