A rare and outstanding situational pin-up painting used as calendar art for The Louis F. Dow Calendar Co., circa 1940's- 50's. Image is playfully titled Snowshoes it also appeared as a calendar print titled Alask-Ann. This was purchased by a gentleman the day he got back from the Viet Nam War in the early 1970's. The Dow Calendar Company rented a downtown Saint Paul hotel and sold off their paintings and original calendar art at $50.00 a painting! This is a major find and has never been on the market since it was purchased thirty years ago. He created the "Wonder Bread Girl" in the 1950's using his daughter Nancy as his model. His portrait of President Dwight D. Eisenhower is in the Smithsonian institution in Washington D.C.
Artist: Vaughan Bass
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