Daughter of Satan

Artist:George Gross
Medium:Oil on Stretched Canvas
Dimensions:Sight Size: 15 1/4" x 20 1/4" Framed: 17 1/2" x 23"
Condition:Very Good with Overpainted White Border Fields
Original Use:Cover for Women In Crime Digest Pulp - March, 1948
Price: Sold
Full view

Full view

The artist's signature lower middle

The artist's signature, lower middle

The illustration as it appeared as the cover on the March ,1948 - Women In Crime Pulp

The illustration as it appeared as the cover on the March, 1948 - Women in Crime Pulp

A lurid, true crime themed, spicy pulp cover pin-up painting by George Gross featuring a bathing beauty, gun toting moll as "The Daughter of Satan," for the March, 1948 pulp digest title Women in Crime which purported to have stories based on True Fact Detective Cases. The tagline on the cover reads "Some Women Love To Kill - Some Kill To Love..." though the viewer is left wondering which category this bad girl belongs in.

The work has been re-lined and re-stretched and the white borders have been neatly overpainted to create a visually appealing image by an artist the Gallery really admires - George Gross.

From the collection of Bob and Diane Yaspan.



Framed view

Framed view

Verso view of relined and re-stretched canvas

Verso view of re-lined and re-stretched canvas


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