(1883 - 1976)
Enoch Bolles was active/lived in New Jersey, New York. Enoch Bolles is known for pin-up girl illustration, magazine covers, advertising art.
Biography Enoch Bolles
Enoch Bolles was an American painter of pin-up art and among the early 'glamour illustrators'. It is written that his "monthly lineup of all-American beauties
precisely posed in wildly imaginative costumes did much to define the
future of American pin-up illustration" (wikipedia). In this genre, he did illustrations for Francis Smilby's book Stolen Sweets
(1981, Playboy Press), and Robert A. Brown's two Spiry card sets
(Kitchen Sink Press), all of which brim with images of
exuberant Bolles girls.
Sleek, naughty, these flapper-style
dolls, with their bee-stung lips and voluptuous figures, lounge in
lingerie and other unlikely forms of sex-fantasy dress-up as -
exemplified by this blonde in fur coat and bathing
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