A dazzling, large oil on canvas painting by frequent The Saturday Evening Post cover artist Frederic Stanley. This wild prohibition-era, Charleston-dancing, Roaring Twenties flapper girl celebrates a Loew's Theatre New York Policeman's Ball Burlesque show. This is a wonderfully rendered artwork and a piece of New York history originally owned by Eve Green, the first wife of hotel magnate Harry Helmsley. Created for the cover of the program associated with this 1926 review, this important work showcases the 1920s jazz-age aesthetic of Manhattan's bustling Vaudeville/Burlesque social scene.
Work is nicely framed in a stepped wood art deco aesthetic new gallery frame.