(1900 - 1983)
Rudolph Belarski was active/lived in New York. Rudolph Belarski is known for action illustrator, pulp fiction, educator.
Rudolph Belarski (1900-1983), noted for "pulp fiction" and paperback
detective images, was said to be "the perfect paperback artist" in the
mid 1950s by art editor Ken Stuart, of The Saturday Evening Post.
Belarski was fast, could produce a cover overnight, did 'idea
pictures', which had symbols in the background such as angels when a
plane crash was shown, and numerous action-packed black and white
interior illustrations with gouache.
Belarski's illustration career began in the 1920s, with the pioneering days of
American aviation and work he did for the publication called Wings. His best-remembered subjects, however, came along
with the crime story fascination in the 1930s as portra ... Displaying 750 of 2982 characters.