The Pulp Paintings of George Gross

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According to pulp writer Bill Cox, “George Gross could do exciting paintings even when there were no scantily clad damsels around, and what’s more amazing, Fiction House let him!” Of course, he could also do well with the scantily clad damsels.

These are paintings commissioned as cover art, but are not the covers themselves.

via Amusing Planet

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