ALBERTO VARGAS

Vargas
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The artist was widely known in the 1940s as the author of the canonical pinups of the Second World War period for the magazine Esquire, the so-called "Vargas' Girls". Drawings on the fuselage (nose art) of many military aircraft of the Americans and allies of the Second World War were inspired by pin-ups from the magazine Esquire, as well as the pinups of George Petty and other artists.. Vargas is considered one of the best artists of pin-up genre.