Artist Profile: Earle Bergey (1901 — 1952)


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Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and educated at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Earle Bergey is considered to have been one of the most prolific and influential pulp fiction artists of the 20th Century.  His most famous cover was the one he painted for Gentleman Prefer Blondes in 1948.

Check out that cover and some more of Earle Bergey’s work below!

 3 4 5 6 7 8 Dragon's Island Gay Book Gentlemen Prefer Blondes Her Life to Live Revolt of the Triffids The Curtain Never Falls The Hero Tonight is Forever Venus of the Counting House

2 responses to “Artist Profile: Earle Bergey (1901 — 1952)

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  2. Pingback: Artwork of the Day: The Pale Blonde of Sands Street (by Earle Bergey) | Through the Shattered Lens

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