Pulp Art: Original Cover Paintings for the Great American Pulp Magazines

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Gramercy Books, 1997 - Art - 182 pages
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The American pulp magazines of the 1930s, '40s, and '50s had some of the most colorful, exciting, and memorable covers ever to appear in print. Chock-full of action-packed, gorgeous--even shocking--color paintings, this unique volume features more than 100 rare original pieces, most from private collections.

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Roger Reed is a preservation planner in Brookline, Massachusetts. While working as an architectural historian for the Maine Historic Planning Commission, he wrote two books, A Delight to All Who Know It: The Architecture of William R. Emerson of Maine and Summerings on the Thoroughfare: The Architecture of North Haven.

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