Artwork of the Day: La Paree (by Earle Bergey)


by Earle Bergey

This is one of my favorite pulp magazine covers.  She’s got a general, a sailor, a boxer, and Mr. Monopoly all on the same string!  Which one is her dream man?  I’m guessing Mr. Monopoly because he gets $200 every time he passes go.

La Paree was published from 1930 to 1938.  This issue is from October of 1935 and for a quarter, readers could learn how she managed to get all those men on the same string.  This cover was done by Earle Bergey, an artist who has been featured on this site many times in the past and who will probably be featured many more times in the future.

One response to “Artwork of the Day: La Paree (by Earle Bergey)

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