I would really like to know what is happening in this picture.
“One was a nymphomaniac… one wanted to be loved for her body… one did her best “work” after hours. And each fit neatly into the fastest-paced diamonds-and-dollars heist on record.”
This painting illustrated the story “Three Couple Affair” in Stag magazine in May 1967. via
Straight out of 1968, baby!
Male illustration, January 1968
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This painting sold at auction in May 2010 for $3,585.00
This illustration appeared on the cover of a Magazine Management title, probably For Men Only, c. 1965.
Stag illustration, February 1962
Male illustration, November c. 1963
This painting sold for $15,535.00
“My goodness, Mr. Taylor,” Maureen murmured. “Haven’t you ever seen a nurse out of uniform before?”
Young, lush, golden-haired, she was the live-in nurse who tended Frank Taylor’s bedridden wife—and to Taylor himself, a tantalizing, just-out-of-reach goad to bottled-up passions. Then came the night he realized that the perfect female body beneath the starched white uniform was tormented by needs as fevered as his own, triggering his first step toward the limits of forbidden desire…
Male, April 1965 via
Edit: Added the cover for this issue, which includes a different painting of this scene by Mort Kunstler, rather than Gil Cohen who did the interior illustration. via via
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