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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Here, the illustrations alone are worth the price of admission. The reproductions are of a very nice quality, and in most cases the author has managed to use the original pieces, devoid of the ... Read full review

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

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The pulp magazines and dime paperbacks of the 1920s through 1950s were considered low-grade trash by the literary and artistic standards of their day, but time has a funny way of changing things, and ... Read full review

Contents

POPULIST CULTURE AND PULP ART
3
THE NEW KNIGHTS
48
THE NOBLEST SAVAGE
76
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